RH Org Naked Barley Porri 350 g Long ago, when fur loincloths were skimpy, life was simple. You harvested your naked barley and you threshed it by hand. The husks came away easily leaving a single grain, packed with nutrition. Modern barley needs machines and polishing, it’s not naked. With the help of some plucky British farmers we’re bringing back this ancient grain. Join us and get in touch with your inner caveman. We’ll bring the barley, you bring the loincloth.
Empire building stuff Naked barley has been traced back 8000 years to Ancient Persia, then it travelled to Greece. The writer Pliny said, ‘The Greeks prefer it to any other grain for porridge.’ In Rome it became the favourite food of gladiators, who were nicknamed hordearii, or Barley Men. Ready to build an empire? Have a bowl of this and go get’ em, tiger.
Need more ancient grains in your life? Try our Spelt Flakes, Sprouted Spelt Flour or Spelt Oatys. Your ancestors would be proud.
At Rude Health we began mixing mueslis at our breakfast table in 2005. Today we’re still a family-owned company that makes breakfast cereals, dairy-free drinks and snacks, and we still create everything the same way. We only use the kinds of ingredients you’d have in your own kitchen – nothing artificial, nothing refined. We source our ingredients from fields, orchards and vines – not laboratories. The proof is in the taste.
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Directions (Serves 1) 1/2 cup Naked Barley (50g) 1 cup milk or water (200ml) Pinch of sea salt if you like In a Pan: Bring to a boil and simmer for 8-10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Microwave: Soak 1/2 cup Naked Barley (50g) with 3/4 cup water or milk (180ml). For an extra creamy texture soak overnight. Pour ingredients into a bowl and cook on full power for 2 minutes then stir. Cook for a further minute, then stir. Leave to cool and thicken for 2 minutes.
Ingredients 100% Naked Barley Flakes.
Allergens Contains Barley, Free From Wheat.
Warnings So tuck in. And store in a dry place.
Nutritional Info Per 100g Energy 312 kcal/1314 KJ, Fat 2.7g, of which saturates 1.4g, Carbohydrates 48.2g, of which sugars 0.7g, Fibre 20.2g, Protein 13.7g, Salt <0.05g.