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And there's a world of whole grains beyond brown rice, including quinoa, farro, amaranth and barley.
Cereals such as barley, oats, wheat, and rye grow throughout the winter.
Distilleries on the island of Islay make single malt from barley dried with peat, which does give it a very smoky flavor.
Thyssenkrupp’s facility is more flashy; a slim, 246-metre-high concrete finger clad in an elegant barley-sugar twist of fabric.
Crops here are summer crops, with 90 percent of the land used for barley, peas, and wheat.
In a trial, pasta was infused with a substance in barley called beta-D-Glucan (BBG).
At $179 a ton, barley was at a premium of about $4 to wheat with 11.5 percent protein content for export from Novorossiysk as of Sept. 15.
Factories were opened in Alexandrapol (now Gyumri) and Kars, areas which had historically inherited European brewing techniques from medieval monks and which were also well-disposed to growing local ingredients, like barley.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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