At the Lucky Super: “Ezekiel 4:9® Bread” – Using Recipes from the Bible – Wheat, Barley, Beans, Lentils, Millet, and Spelt

Uh, you can get a “circled R” registered trademark on bible verse recipes?

Yes You Can.

Sacrilicious!

Mmmmm…. spelt.

Check it:

“Take also unto thee wheat, and barley, and beans, and lentils and millet, and spelt and put them in one vessel…” Ezekiel 4:9®

And lo, it was good:

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Now I’ve seen everything.

(Now, how about a cable cooking show where the host takes bible recipes and updates them for today’s times? I’d certainly watch that (if I had cable TV, which I don’t.)

All the deets:

“Bread. And Better!™

Ezekiel 4:9® products are crafted in the likeness of the Holy Scripture verse

Ezekiel 4:9® to ensure unrivaled honest nutrition and pure, delicious flavors.

“Take also unto thee wheat, and barley, and beans, and lentils and millet, and spelt and put them in one vessel…” Ezekiel 4:9®

It’s this special, unique combination of 6 grains and legumes that harvests benefits beyond what we normally expect from our breads, pastas, cereals, and other foods.

  • Source of Complete Protein - Rated 84.3% as efficient as the highest source of protein (comparable to that of milk or eggs)
  • Contains 18 Amino Acids - Including all 9 essential amino acids
  • Increased Digestibility - Sprouting breaks down starches in grains into simple sugars so your body can digest them easily.
  • Increased Absorption of Minerals – Sprouting breaks down enzyme inhibitors, so your body can more easily absorb calcium, magnesium, iron, copper and zinc.
  • Increased Vitamin C - Sprouting produces vitamin C.
  • Increased Vitamin B - Sprouting increases the vitamin B2, B5 & B6.
  • Great source of Fiber - Combining sprouted grains and legumes gives a good amount of natural fiber in each serving.

And as is true with all our Food for Life Sprouted Grain Products, we only use the very best ingredients and baking methods to ensure you truly get the very most out of your food.

  • We use only freshly sprouted certified organic live grains.
  • Our products are kosher.
  • We use absolutely no flour. Studies have shown that grinding grains into flour increases the surface area upon which enzymes in the body can work to more. quickly convert starch into glucose.
  • We don’t’ use any genetically modified organisms (GMO’s)
  • We don’t use refined sugars. When sugar is refined and processed there are many harmful ingredients that are added to the sugar as a result. Instead, we use malted barley, a natural sweetener produced from sprouted barley, which is basically a carbohydrate comprised mostly of complex carbohydrates rather than the “sugar” carbohydrates.
  • We don’t use anything artificial – no preservatives or shortenings.
  • We use a unique slow-bake process to preserve the natural fiber and bran benefits of grains.

Our Ezekiel 4.9® Organic Sprouted Whole Grain Offerings

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6 Responses to “At the Lucky Super: “Ezekiel 4:9® Bread” – Using Recipes from the Bible – Wheat, Barley, Beans, Lentils, Millet, and Spelt”

  1. Werther deGoethe says:

    More pandering to the stupid Christian set who don’t actually read the bible. First, the recipe they use is wrong, it doesn’t contain real beans. Second and most importantly, they don’t mention the feces required to properly prepare the bread.

    “”And thou shalt eat it as barley cakes, and thou shalt bake it with dung that cometh out of man, in their sight. And the LORD said, Even thus shall the children of Israel eat their defiled bread among the Gentiles, whither I will drive them.” (Ezekiel 4:12-13)

    God later said cow shit can be used instead of human.

  2. Camarografo says:

    God’s ALWAYS pissed about something, right??!!

  3. sfcitizen says:

    Ooh. I think I’ll stick with Costco #144 bakery

  4. SeanD says:

    I actually love this bread – not too into Christians though – I can separate the two…

  5. Ljp707 says:

    Maybe the interest of some to eat Ezekiel bread is genuinely borne out of a hunger to “taste” and experience more of God. There may be a grain of truth (pun) to some of the critics remarks on this post, but more likely the critics words point back to themselves.

  6. sfcitizen says:

    Food for thought.

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