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  • So great see your experiment Don -- and just found this -- tried to copy and paste recipe but wasn't able to for some reason. Be sure to scroll down past the covid introduction. Also it has some odd historical facts about ancient rituals which come before the recipe (which needs more research) -- so you have to scroll down the page quite a ways -- but the end result looks beautiful paired with cheese and figs. https://tavolamediterranea.com…kes-with-cheese-and-figs/
  • This seems to say that the barley grains were roasted and then ground into flour: https://www.romanobritain.org/…n_recipes-barley_cake.php
  • (Quote) https://cycladic.gr/en/page/dimitriaka About the grinding of grains: "Grinding the grain was no easy task. First it was pounded with a pestle and mortar to remove the shell, then ground in a simple hand mill consisting of two circular stones, a lower stationary one (quern) and an upper rotating one (muller). Later hand mills have a central hole (hopper) for pouring the grain in the upper one. The flour was then sieved and used to make the dough, which was baked in wood-burning ovens. Bre…