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Paul Massell

I found it and...


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Posted to Thread #30352 at 8:39 pm on Jun 20, 2018

Or rather my daughter did through her contacts in South America! In Ecuador it is called Cebada. In Italy where it originated it is called Cevada or Caffè d'orzo.

It is roasted barley!

If you look up roasted barley it will take you most likely to beer making supplies but you'll find pics that look similar to mine. I'm a little disappointed kind of hoping this was some sort of ancient Incan grain but happy that the Mystery is Solved. Thanks for playing. ;)


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