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14 barley recipes

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Barley is the earliest known grain to have been cultivated by man. Originally used to make bread and today for making beer. It produces a low-gluten flour and produces nourishing bread that keeps well. Pearl barley is used in soups, broths and stews.

Barley is known to help fight diabetes because the grain contains essential vitamins and minerals and is an excellent source of dietary fiber, particularly beta-glucan soluble fiber. Research has shown that barley promotes healthy blood sugar by slowing glucose absorption.

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Creamy Tomato, Potato and Mushroom Soup
Creamy Tomato, Potato & Mushroom Soup

Creamy Tomato, Potato and Mushroom Soup recipe

Vagabond Gingered Ale

Try making your own ginger ale with this simple and easy to follow recipe that's stress free!

Homemade Scotch Broth

Homemade Scotch Broth recipe

Cock-A-Leekie Soup

Homemade chicken soup is the best food on cold winter days or when you catch a cold. It's packed with flavour and loaded with goodness.

Beef And Barley Soup

A savory and hearty soup that's perfect for keeping the kids intrigued at the dinner table!

Simple One-Loaf Barley Bread

Simple One-Loaf Barley Bread recipe

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More and more research is showing that a high-fiber diet may help prevent diabetes, heart disease, cancer and weight gain. According to new research from the University of Texas in Austin women who...

Flour Substitutions

Various substitutions when baking or using flour in recipes and replacing sugar with other ingredients. Ideas about how to bake with more whole grains.

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