Job's tears refers to an ancient grain prized throughout Africa and Asia. It is black, shaped like a teardrop, and has a sweet flavor. Job's tear is commonly used in Asia as food and medicine. In China, it is one the most popular food herbs used in the diet therapy of painful and stiff joints, either singly or in soup mixes. Job's tear is also commonly known as Chinese pearl barley in America. After an hour or more of cooking, it taste like the common barley. However, it is different in many respects from the regular barley. The latter does not have the reputed effects of Job's tear. In Korea, it is made into Yulmucha or Yumul Tea (Job's tears tea).

Related Articles

Curry Leaves ■■■■■■■
Curry Leaves: Curry leaves refers to the shiny, dark green, aromatic leaves of a tree (Curry Tree) which . . . Read More
Capitaine à la Saint-Louisienne ■■■■■■
Capitaine à la Saint-Louisienne refers to Senegal's dish made of perch (Nile perch) which is stuffed . . . Read More
Bang Chang Kuih ■■■■■■
Bang Chang Kuih refers to Chinese pancake in Malaysia. It is one of the popular hawker foods found in . . . Read More
Kubecake ■■■■■■
Kubecake refers to sweet coconut rum ball which is one of the popular street foods found and sold throughout . . . Read More
Yarrow ■■■■■■
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) refers to an aromatic herb that is native to native to Europe and Asia . . . Read More
Kakanin ■■■■■■
Kakanin is a Filipino term used to refer to a wide variety of traditional Filipino rice cakes. These . . . Read More
The best mould factory at top500.de■■■■■
The best mould factory: We are professional plastic injection mould maker in Shenzhen of China. As you . . . Read More
Flour mill, food processing production line manufacturing at top500.de■■■■■
Flour mill, food processing production line manufacturing: This is lisa liu from Hanzhong Burt Machinery . . . Read More
Mandazi ■■■■■
Mandazi refers to an East African coconut bread. It isslightly sweet and has often been likened to doughnuts. . . . Read More
Lemon ■■■■■
The lemon (Citrus limon) is a species of small evergreen trees in the flowering plant family Rutaceae, . . . Read More