CHINA –  Another imitated rice discovered in the province of Guangdong after a woman saw that her lunch was a touch harder to bite than normal. The so called fake rice are made of small bits of tiny pieces of rolled up paper.


The woman surnamed Cai told reporters that “she and her family hadn’t noticed anything wrong until about part of the way through their meal when she bit down on a piece of rice that was “strangely hard.”

According to Apple Daily, Cai then took the piece out of her mouth, assessed it closely and watched in amazement as she rolled it out into a tiny strip of paper.

Cai told neighborhood police she had purchased the rice from a street vendor who had guaranteed her that the rice was grown locally out in the other farmland “without the use of any pesticides.” You know, he’s not a liar.


Earlier this year, reports emerged about plastic rice sold on the Chinese market making its way across Asia. This fake rice was a more edible-sounding mix of potatoes, sweet potatoes and delicious synthetic resin.

As per, plastic-spoiled rice grains stay hard in the wake of being bubbled, and the soup made by it shapes an exceptionally unappetizing plastic sheath ‘that blazes like plastic when heated up.

We’re going to assume that rice made of tiny rolls of paper also doesn’t react well to being boiled

By: Kevin N.