Kosher rolled barley has a rich, nut-like flavor. It is used as a cooked breakfast cereal alone or combined with other cereal grain flakes, in granola or as an addition to soups. Grain Place Rolled Barley is processed in a way that increases digestibility, while retaining nutrients and improving storage quality.
Barley has a historical reputation for building strength. Gladiators of the Roman Empire were called hordearii (barley-men), because barley was the staple of their training diet.
Hulled Barley is a good source of selenium, phosphorus, copper and manganese. The fiber content in barley, especially the cholesterol-lowering soluble fiber beta-glucan, makes this versatile grain an excellent addition to the health conscious consumer's diet.
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