Naked barley in man's hands
The first significant crops of naked barley in decades have been harvested on three farms in the east of England as part of a project to develop a new niche market for cereal growers. The project is being led by natural ingredient company Edme, with support from William Hudson of specialist ingredient supplier Hodmedod. “Naked barley is a fascinating ancient variety that delivers huge dietary benefits,” said Edme’s Mike Carr. “Its flour and flakes can be used in breads, cakes, […]
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