Soak wild rice before cooking it, as well as cook it in some form of bone broth with a fair bit of healthy fat. This helps to predigest the rice and make it more assimilable as well as more nourishing by adding the broth and fat. Wild Rice is low in fat, so adding good fat when you make it is important. Wild rice has a pretty decent nutrient profile. Wild rice contains lysine and methionine, b complex vitamins, iron, potassium, magnesium, phosphorous, zinc and manganese. It’s gluten-free and a good source of fiber. Be sure to source organic non-GMO wild rice (Lundberg Farms is one such brand).