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Barley Flour



Barley Flour is mostly made from Pearl Barley.

Until recently, it wasn't made from a "wholer-grain" barley than Pearl because of the expense and difficulty of getting off barley's tough hull without taking the bran off with the hull. New hull-less varieties of barley are emerging, however, which eliminate the processing that would have been needed, while leaving the bran in place and giving a "wholer-grain" flour than did Pearl or Pot barley.

Nutrition

Barley Flour made from hull-less barley is high in good dietary fibre. As it doesn't have the proteins necessary to create gluten, in making yeast-risen goods it should be used in combination with wheat flour, at a ratio of no more than 25% barley flour to wheat.


Barley

Barley Flakes; Barley Flour; Barley Grits; Barley Malt Syrup; Barley Sugar; Barley Water Recipe; Barley; Beremeal; Black Barley; Hulled Barley; Malted Barley; Pearl Barley; Pot Barley; Quick-Cooking Barley; Roman Barley Water Recipe; Sprouting Barley; Tsampa

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Also called:

Farine d'orge (French); Gerstenmehl (German); Harina de cebada (Spanish); Farinha de cevada (Portuguese)

Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Barley Flour." CooksInfo.com. Published 29 September 2002; revised 03 March 2007. Web. Accessed 12/14/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/barley-flour>.

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