Wheat is a staple food for 35% of the world's population and it is Canada's largest field crop. Wheat is grown on nearly 50,000 farms in Canada and our country is the fifth-largest wheat producer in the world.
Transform your typical breakfast routine with an irresistible dish of Brunch Hash Baked Eggs!
Bursting with nutty barley, crispy cucumber, juicy tomatoes, zesty lemon, and fresh mint leaves, this Barley Tabbouleh salad is not only delicious but also incredibly healthy.
Indulge in the savoury goodness of a freshly-baked barley herb loaf, an irresistible treat for your taste buds!
In this recipe for Barley Gallo Pinto, barley replaces white rice for a colourful, fibre-rich substitute for breakfast hash browns or as a side dish for poultry or fish.
This puffy Barley Flatbread is wonderful for dipping, wrapping around fillings, or as a base for individual pizzas.
These Barley Flake Turnovers with Jam are a terrific breakfast on the go, or pick-me-up snack with staying power.
These barley flour tortillas are easy to make. They’re soft, slightly chewy and perfect for rolling up around fillings.
This festive Barley and Brussels Sprouts with Maple Apples, Pecans and Prosciutto makes the perfect dish for a holiday turkey dinner or any other time of year with roasted pork or poultry.
A new report – Applying Canada’s Dietary Guidelines - by Health Canada shares additional recommendations to help you meet your nutritional needs. Here are 7 things you can do to eat better and why!
A plant-based eating style has many benefits but did you know that you could be missing out on some important nutrients?
Dietitian Carol Harrison shares 3 health benefits of eating barley.
Black Fox Farm and Distillery is known for their award-winning gin and whisky, but also for their sustainability efforts and advocacy for Saskatchewan-based agri-food products.
Agriculture is continually evolving and will continue to meet the needs of a changing world. Regenerative agriculture is just one strategy that farmers are using.
If you’ve never tried barley or you didn’t like it at first, here’s are 3 ways to enjoy this delicious and hearty grain.
Need new ideas for your weekly rotation of home-cooked dishes? Bring on the barley, with these 3 fabulous ways to enjoy barley.
Barley is a versatile grain that is easy to use, has great taste, texture and health benefits. Try Incorporating barley throughout the menu!
Recent research, is showing that different forms of whole grains, those called intact grains, may supply even more health benefits.
Canadian barley farmer Brent Johnson from Saskatchewan gives us a rundown on the steps it takes to get barley from the field to the grocery store.
Farmer, Clinton Monchuk, and future farmer Kaitlyn Monchuk discuss the main uses for barley grown on the Canadian prairies.