Pot barley is hulled barley that has worked through the pearling machine, but that has not had its bran removed. Pot barley is considered a whole grain. See: Barley

Health considerations

Pot barley is 73% carbohydrate, 17% fiber, 12% protein, and a source of iron, magnesium vitamin B6, and potassium. See: Barley

Keep in mind

Barley can be used as a replacement for rice in certain applications, such as puddings and risotto, due to its chewy texture. See: Barley

May be found in

Soups, stews, pilaf


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