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Barley - 1 pound uncooked = 2 1/8 cups
1 pound uncooked = 3 pounds cooked
Hulled barley or 'barley groats' has been minimally processed to remove its inedible hull. It still has most of the protein rich bran layer. Hulled barley takes longer to cook, but it retains much more of its fiber, protein and vitamins than pearled barley.
Pearl barley is the cleaned, polished grain with most of the bran layers removed.
It is cooked in soups and stews, and may be infused with lemon or orange as barley water, an old-fashioned invalid food.
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