Organic Barley Flour
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Produced by milling the whole barley grain, extracting the inedible husk (or spikelets), then sifting the bran from the flour. Rich in nutrients and dietary fibre.
How To Use
Because of the low gluten content, must be mixed with other flours to make a yeast-raised bread, can be substituted for wheat flour in quick breads, scones, etc. and as a thickening agent in soups, gravies, etc.
Country Of Origin
Organic Barley Grain
Contains gluten. Manufactured in a factory that also mills products containing egg or soy.
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