Honeyville's Barley Flour may be used to add fiber to baked goods. ½ cup of barley flour contains 7 grams of total dietary fiber. In comparison, ½ cup of white all-purpose enriched wheat flour contains just 2 grams of total dietary fiber. It contains gluten, the protein the helps baked goods rise. However, it's important to note that the type of gluten in barley flour does not promote adequate rising on its own. So it's best to use this flour in combination with wheat flour for baking. Honeyville Barley Flour is an ideal product for your baking needs.
Shelf-Life: Barley Flour will store for 1 year in a sealed 50 pound bag under ideal storage conditions (cool, dry place).
Uses: Barley Flour is used mostly in combination with wheat flour for baking. This flour may also be used as a thickener for soups, stews and gravies.
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Packaging: Barley Flour in bulk is available in a 50 pound bag.
Ingredients: Whole grain barley
Allergen information: Contains wheat.
|Ash||1.5% - 2%|
|Crude Fiber||1.4% - 2%|
|on US #20||1.5% max|
|on US #40||5% - 15%|
|on US #50||7% - 18%|
|on US #60||16% - 30%|
|in PAN||40% - 70%|