I would not do this and eating brown rice and brown rice products can significantly set back your progress. Rice contains starch and low amounts of sugar; both can feed candida. A great alternative to brown rice is to eat buckwheat which contains only 25% starch and is a prebiotic which feeds beneficial bacteria in the gut. It also has a similar texture and taste when compared to rice.
I have a good buckwheat recipe if you want to try it out; add olive oil, sea salt, rosemary, and basil to give it some flavor!
It also is a good general idea to do a food rotation diet where you rotate between a few different food items so that candida won’t find one source of food to feed on. For instance, rotate between buckwheat, millet, and rice instead.
I would consider rice to be a cheat food item; something you can eat when you want to live it up. I would eat it maybe once every 2 weeks or less frequently personally. As you get better, your body can digest certain foods better such as rice, and at this point (stage 2) you can start eating it a little more often. One of the negatives about rice is that your body cannot digest it easily if you have candida and it often ferments in the gut (or isn’t completely digested). Foods that ferment in the gut should be avoided at all costs.
When I eat rice I become more constipated, bloated, and it comes up undigested in my stools.
A great alternative to brown rice is to eat black, wild, or red rice which have greater nutritional properties.