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Naked Barley Porridge

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Naked Barley Porridge

Naked Barley Porridge

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 cave


£3.50 350 g
SKU: RUD46. Category: .

Organic Ingredients

100% Naked Barley Flakes.

Nutrition*per servingper 100g
Energy156 kcal312 kcal
of which sugars0.35g0.7g
of which saturates0.7g1.4g

Contains natural sugars from Naked Barley.

*50g Naked Barley.


For allergens, including cereals containing gluten see ingredients in bold.

Also made in a facility that handles nuts.


High Fibre

British Grown

Ancient Grain

No Added Sugar




Porridge: Grab life by the bowls and enjoy Naked Barley Porridge in all its malty glory, leaving you feeling warm, fuzzy, and nostalgic. If you must get the barley dressed, try it with banana and vanilla. But it doesn’t stop there.

Malty Muesli: For a bircher with more bite, soak the naked barley akes overnight with your milk of choice and eat the next day, naked. Naturally.

Just add some crunch: Keep going caveman. These akes can be used to make crackers, crispbreads, muf ns and more. Even try sautéing them with butter and leeks for a malty crunch.

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