Until the 16th century, barley was one of the most important grains. It was even used as currency. Barley flour is milled from pearled, blocked or hull-less barley. It is often used to bake barley bread, flat breads, or is blended with other flours.
Barley is high in fiber, complex carbohydrates, protein, and iron. Additionally, barley packs lignans, a group of antioxidants linked to a lower risk of cancer and heart disease. Barley improves intestinal health, aids weight loss, prevents gallstones and lowers cholesterol.
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Storage: For long lasting freshness, store in an air-tight container and in a cool, dark place.