Is black rice high in carbs?

Chef's answer
Total carbs: 34 grams (one cup, cooked) Black rice has a distinct texture and sometimes turns purple once cooked. It's full of fiber and contains iron, protein, and antioxidants. It's often used in dessert dishes since some types are slightly sweet. You can experiment using black rice in a variety of dishes..
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