I've eaten the white rice ones for a while. When I saw the brown rice, I thought I'd give it a try. Once I stuff it with my ingredients, I really can't tell a difference in the rice. I just bought a new tool that makes these sushi kits even better. It is called "Sushezi Sushi Made Easy. I love the taste of Annie Chun's Nori and soy sauce, that come in these kits. If you lay all the rectangles of nori into a pattern, they make one full sheet of nori. The Sushezi makes a compressed round roll of sushi. When you push it out onto the arranged nori rectangles (better if you overlap them just a bit) you just roll them onto the sushi roll. It takes all the rice, all the nori, and a fair bit of sushi ingredients to make one roll. I like to use smoked salmon with cream cheese and avocado; or imitation crab meat, cucumber, carrot, and avocado; or the best yet was some fried soft shell crab, with cucumber, and a spicy mayo sauce.