Potted barley, also called scotch or hulled barley, was one of the first crops cultivated by man, and has been used as a food since Biblical times. Today, barley is still considered an excellent source of soluble fiber. In addition to fiber, barley is also a great source of protein, carbohydrates and B vitamins.
It's low in fat and has no cholesterol. Because of its neutral flavour, it's easy to blend barley's nutrition and texture into a variety of foods. It may be baked in casseroles, used as stuffing, or pureed for cereal or pudding with maple syrup, cinnamon and dates. Potted Barley is the least processed form of barley, with just the outermost hull removed.
Organic Potted barley. This product may contain traces of nuts, soy beans, sesame seeds or wheat.
Cooking Directions: Rinse Inari Organic Potted Barley. Bring to a boil 3 parts of water for 1 part of barley. Add salt and 1 tsp of oil. Reduce and simmer for about 1 to 1 1/4 hours. Shake and serve.