It’s one of the simplest recipes on this list, but it can get quite complicated if you’re just starting out.
The recipe below is a simple one: roast a bag of barley and boil it for 10 minutes.
Now you’re ready to enjoy your tea!
You can also use the recipe to make a smoothie for breakfast, or use it as a basic recipe for homemade ice cream, or even as a healthy breakfast recipe for those times when you’re craving some fresh milk and you’re feeling a little lazy.
If you don’t have a bag, just use a large pot of water to soak the barley in, and then let it sit in the water for 10 to 15 minutes.
The barley should begin to soften and become a dark, opaque white color.
The water should be at least a half inch above the surface of the water.
Let the barley rest for 10 more minutes and then strain it with a fine mesh strainer.
If your barley isn’t completely soft, you may need to add more water to keep the barley from sticking to your tea.
While the barley is resting, chop up some carrots and saute some onions, and add it to the water bath in the kettle.
Stir the soup to make sure the barley does the right thing, then stir in the onions, carrots, and barley.
The soup should be ready to serve in about an hour.
For a delicious, health-giving alternative to the classic barley-boar soup, try making a homemade, creamy oatmeal version.