A hardy cereal that has coarse bristles extending from the ears. It is widely cultivated, chiefly for use in brewing and stockfeed
The grain of this plant
a grain of barley
cultivated since prehistoric times; grown for forage and grain
Barley is a cereal grain derived from the annual grass Hordeum vulgare.
Barley wine or Barleywine is a beer style of strong ale originating in England. The first beer to be marketed as Barley Wine was Bass No. 1 Ale, around 1900. ...
A strong cereal of the genus Hordeum, or its grains, often used as food or to make malted drinks
A cereal grain that is malted for use in the grist that becomes the mash in the brewing of beer.
The primary ingredient in beer, which is sprouted and then kilned to create malt. It is then mashed to create wort.
Barley is a hardy cereal grain, which can be used as a pleasant-tasting alternative to wheat. Barley contains gluten like proteins and therefore is not suitable for a gluten free diet. The malt extract made from sprouted barley grains can be used as a flavorful sweetener in cereal. ...
the grain used in brewing worldwide as the base for making malt. The barley is germinated by adding water and this releases sugars and a number of enzymes that are important to the brewing process.
A grain much cultivated in Egypt (Exo 9:31) and in Palestine (Lev 27:16; Deu 8:8). It was usually the food of horses (Kg1 4:28). Barley bread was used by the poorer people (Jdg 7:13; Kg2 4:42). ...
(Heb. se'orah, "hairy", an allusion to the length of the awns) was cultivated through the East as provender for horses and asses (III Kings, iv, 28), also as a staple food among the poor, working men, and the people at large in times of distress. The grain was either roasted (Lev. ...
A cereal that is high in fibre and vitamin B6.
(n.): a flowering grass cultivated as a cereal for food and used in the production of beer. Back
Teachings that would nurture character development in the church. It was more plentiful than "wheat" and would mean that God s people had more of these truths than doctrinal truths to bring them the true knowledge of God. Barley might include consecration and Christian life teachings, etc. ...
(n.): a type of cereal grass. The grain from the barley plant is often used for making malts and for animal feed. See a picture of barley.
Barley flour will only be found in health food stores. It has a very low gluten content and must be used in conjunction with a high gluten flour. Barley has a mild nutty flavor. Generally, barley flour is a low percentage of all flour used in bread recipes.
[ba(r)li], an exclamation used by children to obtain respite when playing the game of' tig .
A hardy grain that dates back to the Stone Age. Used in cereals, breads, and soups. Hulled barley has the outer husk removed and is the most nutritious form of barley.
A cereal grain, has a mild, starchy flavor and a slightly chewy texture. Pearl barley, the most popular form used for cooking, has the outer hull removed and has been polished or "pearled." It is sold in regular and quick-cooking forms. ...
consists of at least 80 percent sound barley and must not contain more than 3 percent heat-damaged kernels, 6 percent foreign material, 20 percent other grains or 10 percent wild oats.
One of the oldest cultivated grains, barley is harvested from an annual grass. It has a mildly sweet flavor and a chewy texture and can be used in soups, pilafs, or to make risotto. (It is also a key ingredient in beer and whisky production. ...
Available dried, is often boiled with water and sugar for a a refreshing beverage. Barley is supposed to cool the body system, thus making it an ideal drink for hot tropical places, or summertime.
A grass of which the grain is used to make cereal and feed animals.
A cereal grain that is kilned creating a malt. Malts are one of the main ingredients in beer.
call for a respite from the rules of a game: a regional term used by children in Victoria.