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Barley Water(Practical Cookery.) - (The Most Valuable And Original Receipts)
Boil a couple of ounces of barley, in two quarts of water, till
soft--pearl barley is the best, but the common barley answers very well.
When soft, strain and mix it with a little currant jelly, to give it a
pleasant, acid taste. If the jelly is not liked, turn it, when boiled
soft, on to a couple of ounces of figs or raisins, and boil it again,
till reduced to one quart, then strain it for use.
How To Make Barley WaterBoil one ounce of barley in a quart of water for twenty minutes; strain
through muslin into a jug containing a bit of orange or lemon peel.
Barley Water 180 Calories2 tablespoons pearl barley
1 quart cold water
Wash barley, add cold water and let soak several hours or over night; in
same water, boil gently over direct heat two hours, or in a double
boiler steadily four hours, down to one pint if used for infant feeding,
and to one cup for the adult. Strain through muslin.
NOTE.--Cream or milk and salt may be added, or lemon juice and sugar.
Barley water is an astringent or demulcent drink used to reduce laxative
Barley Water Infant Feeding 19 Calories1 teaspoon barley flour
2 tablespoons cold water
1 pint boiling water
Blend flour and cold water to a smooth paste in top of double boiler;
add gradually the boiling water. Boil over direct heat five minutes,
stirring constantly, then put over boiling water and cook 15 minutes
longer, stirring frequently. Older infants take the barley water in much
more concentrated form. Barley water is used as a diluent with normal
infants and in forms of diarrhoea.
NOTE.--For children or adults, use 1/2 tablespoon barley or rice flour,
1 cup boiling water, 1/4 teaspoon salt.
Barley WaterThoroughly wash two ounces of pearl barley, (which costs
less than two cents,) to remove any musty or bad flavor, put it over the
fire in two quarts of cold water, and boil it until it is reduced to one
quart; then strain it, cool it, and drink it whenever you are thirsty. A
little sugar can be used without hurting the baby.
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