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Don
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LisaLea,
I would not recommend barley malt for you since it is an avoid.

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Barley is a neutral for me ...

Yes, there is some confusion. ER4YT and LR4YT state that barley is an avoid for all type Bs, but typebase4 shows barley as neutral.

According to my records typebase3 also indicated that barley was neutral for type Bs.



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Yes, there is some confusion. ER4YT and LR4YT state that barley is an avoid for all type Bs, but typebase4 shows barley as neutral.

According to my records typebase3 also indicated that barley was neutral for type Bs.



I thank-u for bringing it to our attention MoDon; I would really like and answer myself actually; I have been compliant a whole month and NOW this confusion ??

Dr. D'Adamo we need u desperately !!



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Another question ... doesn't Barley malt come from Barley afterall  ...


Yes it does - but from Grain to Malt Extract it goes thru 2 separate processes...somewhat analagous to to the difference between Sugar Cane, White Sugar, and Molasses.
First the Grain is Sprouted {an enzymatic conversion that produces sugar from the starch/carbs in the grain & then it is roasted and dried to give the desired caramel and sugar characteristics and consistency of water removed}. Thus the potential difference in BTD for Barley compared to Malt.
The same s the difference between Cane, Sugar, and Molasses. Thus in future potential difference between Sorghum and Syrup, or Beets and Beet Sugar...



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Yes it does - but from Grain to Malt Extract it goes thru 2 separate processes...somewhat analagous to to the difference between Sugar Cane, White Sugar, and Molasses.
First the Grain is Sprouted {an enzymatic conversion that produces sugar from the starch/carbs in the grain & then it is roasted and dried to give the desired caramel and sugar characteristics and consistency of water removed}. Thus the potential difference in BTD for Barley compared to Malt.
The same s the difference between Cane, Sugar, and Molasses. Thus in future potential difference between Sorghum and Syrup, or Beets and Beet Sugar...




That's very interesting although NOT to my advantage !!  
Thanks very much for the explanation Schluggell  


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My FIL just brought some back from Alabama so I'm giving it a go on my oatmeal in the morning. I'll keep you posted on the results!


Please keep us posted on how and if it has any affect on you; we may all be able to learn from your experience with this sweetener.

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Last night I had a craving for something sweet hence I added some butter, black strap molasses and dried raisins to my hot barley  ... Oh my it really satisfied me !!!  


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Sounds good...

I should exchange the butter for ghee, but the rest is great!


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more healthy options...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaggery



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I should exchange the butter for ghee, but the rest is great!


Lisalea, have you tried ghee? If you like butter, you'll love ghee.........easy as a snap to make too.  

Accidental Chef, great to see you again!!!! Been missin' ya.  




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Thank-u everybody  for ur input
I keep telling myself to buy a stick of butter and turn it into ghee and I will ... eventually !!  


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