Is rice being used as a plural noun here?
It's just our way of talking .
Duuud rice is sweet with out any thing
rice pural noun ke liye use hotta h
why plural form of rice?
It's like "noodles" in English.
Suffice to say, in Hindi, generalised statements are made in singular, while in English it is made in plural, hence the confusion.
This is probably while selecting from a range of rice on sale.
I now the answer
Everyone: the grammar is wrong
Me: what is wrong with rice I grew up eating it
The rice are not good, surely?
Rice is uncountable in english so it has to be 'is'.