Pearl barley

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Apart from human consumption this cereal is mainly grown for fodder or for the feeding of farm animals and is also used in the alcohol from the ancient Roman Empire time.


Apart from human consumption this cereal is mainly grown for fodder or for the feeding of farm animals and is also used in the alcohol from the ancient Roman Empire time.

L'Hordeum vulgare, as far as we know, was already cultivated in the Middle East in the seventh millennium BC and then thanks to trade it was spread all over the world. The yield of this grain from the Triticum family is upcoming even if its low resistance to lodging still makes the production suffer.

Using barley embraces several areas of human nutrition: the grain is used for the production of flour, mainly for bread making, or when suitably treated as an ingredient for cereal-based dishes and sweets.

Drinks: after roasting, grinding or freeze-drying the barley is used to prepare the barley coffee and as a base component for the production of other beverages with flavor similar to coffee but without caffeine (including the yannoh).

After processing into malt, the barley is used as raw material in breweries for beer production, and in distilleries for the production of spirits with high alcohol content.

Livestock: after corn, barley is the main cereal intended for animal use. In this case the use without any treatment may relate to the grain as it is or as treated feed. A use of secondary

importance is the ensilage, which covers in this case the whole plant collected in waxy ripening.

Recipes:

  • barley with zucchini and saffron.
  • Pearl barley salad.
  • Pearl barley with vegetables.
  •  soup pearl barley and vegetables.

Compositions Polyester
Styles Girly
Properties Short Dress

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