Rice feeds the human population since ancient times. It is said that rice was brought in Greece and in Europe by the soldiers who returned from Alexander the Great's campaign in China and thus gradually spread throughout the world. It contains complex carbohydrates, amino acids, proteins and vitamins. It is highly digestible and does not contain gluten. In Greece, rice is cultivated mainly in the deltas of rivers and in coastal areas. It is a food that is easily combined with other flavors such as meat, legumes, as a filling, in risotto recipes or even in sushi , thus offering an inexhaustible variety to choose from!