In beer brewing, crushed barley (and sometimes other grains) are steeped in water to extract the sugars formed from the grain starch by enzymes. This water, or wort, is then separated from the grain and used to brew beer. The spent, or leftover, grain is no longer needed for the brewing process and is often discarded. In fact, it accounts for 85% of brewing waste. However, spent grain is still rich in protein and fiber and very low in starch and sugar. So the Iron Chicken saw the opportunity and added spent barley to this crispy cracker recipe.
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DISCLAIMER: This product was produced in a home kitchen that is not subject to state licensure or inspection and that may also process common food allergens such as tree nuts, peanuts, eggs, soy, wheat, milk, fish and crustacean shellfish. This product is not intended for resale. Click here to see my Colorado Food Safety Training Certificate.