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Barley

Other names: pearl barley

A grain crop grown throughout the world and is used for both human food and animal feed. Barley is cooked and eaten as a grain like rice or used in soups or stews or to make breads. The barley grain is also malted and used to produce beer and whiskey. Pearl barley is barley which has had the outer hull removed then the grain is polished.
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Substitute for barley

For 1 cup barley substitute 1 cup Arborio rice, buckwheat groats, scotch barley

Equivalents

1 lb. quick cooking   =   2 1/2 cups uncooked, 8 cups cooked

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Nutrition Facts
(USDA#20004)
Serving Size
1 cup (184 grams)
Calories
651
Total Fat
4g
  Saturated Fat
1g
Cholesterol
0mg
Sodium
22mg
Potassium
832mg
Total Carbohydrates
135g
  Dietary Fiber
32g
  Sugars
1g
Protein
23g
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Barley
Barley groats Barley groats
A grain crop grown throughout the world and is used for both human food and animal feed. Barley groats have only the outer hul removed and are the least-processed form or barley. Barley is cooked
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