Thursday, November 5, 2009

Ezekiel Grains>>>
Ezekiel bread is a bread made from four grains and four beans. Typically it contains wheat, spelt or rye, barley, millet, lentils, great northern beans, kidney beans, and pinto beans. According to the AAOOB website, the specific mixture of grains and beans has been tested by food scientists and found to be complete nutritionally.

Ezekiel Bread (sometimes also called "Bible Bread" or "Manna Bread") is a bread baked from a specific recipe found in the Old Testament:

Take thou also unto thee wheat, and barley, and beans, and lentils, and millet, and fitches, and put them in one vessel, and make thee bread thereof...

-Ezekiel 4:9

Many recipes for Ezekiel Bread can be found on the web, but they all call for the above grains. Our Ezekiel Bread Grain Mix is certified organic, and has the perfect proportion of grains to make delicious and wholesome Ezekiel Bread.

About Fitches: Most scholars believe that "fitches" in the verse, refers to sprouted grains. We have experimented with numerous recipes, some of which call for the inclusion of a cup or two of sprouted grains, and some which don't. Ezekiel bread turns out quite different in texture and taste with or without sprouted grains included. Both are unique and delicious.

If you decide to include sprouted grains, we recommend either wheat, spelt, or a mix of both. Most of the recipes you can easily find on the web discuss the sprouting of grains for the recipe.

Ezekiel Bread is a hearty, heavy whole grain bread that is a little more crumbly than most breads. It has a unique and delicious flavor. It is excellent with butter, honey, preserves or toasted. It is much higher in protein than most regular breads.

Ezekiel Cereals>>>

Organic Sprouted Wheat Organic Malted Barley, Organic Almonds, Organic Sprouted Barley, Organic Sprouted Millet, Organic Sprouted Lentils, Organic Sprouted Soybeans, Organic Sprouted Spelt, Filtered Water Sea Salt.

The original 100 % flourless sprouted grain cereal as described in the Holy Scriptures, Take also unto thee wheat and barley and beans and lentils and millet and spelt and put them in one vessel and make bread of it, -Ezekiel 4:9, a complete protein crunchy cereal. We discovered when these six grains and legumes are sprouted and combined, an amazing thing happens. A complete protein is created that closely parallels the protein found in milk and eggs. In fact, the protein quality is to high that it is 84.3% as efficient as the highest recognized source of protein, contain all 9 essential amino acids. Plus there are 18 amino acids present in this unique cereal - from all vegetable sources. Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Grain Cereal, made from freshly sprouted organically grown grains, is naturally flavorful and bursting with nutrients, and rich in protein, vitamins, minerals and natural fiber with no added fat. Yeast-free. No added oil No artificial flavors. Certified organic by QAI. Enjoy...Sold at all organic markets.


mwellman said...

I recently discovered this bread and love it! It tastes great, is an easy way to get whole grains in your diet and, with some peanut butter on top, makes a great breakfast that sticks with you.

Jennif4 said...

It’s amazing how many people think that Ezekiel bread is supposed to be this wonderful bread. When I first heard about the bread, which was several years ago, I happened to read Ezekiel 4:9. And I am thinking did anyone bother to read this passage. It’s sad that the Christian community can be so gullible. And yeah it tastes disgusting.

Craveman said...

Depends what you expect God to be like. If you’re thinking George Burns or Morgan Freeman… it sounds crazy.

But a God unlike us, who is holy, righteous, etc. … I think He actually spoke to Ezekiel.

Sorry the Word hardened your heart rather than softening it to the truth.

roguememe said...

Cavman, while I do believe than many Christians imagine god as George Burns or Morgan freeman, those who have actually read the bible cannot.

So, with tens of thousands of people each year claiming to hear directly from the almighty, what makes you believe that a man who lay on his side for an entire year baking bread over cow dung, actually heard the word of god? I mean this in all earnestness.

Are you familiar with Jerusalem syndrome?

krislinatin said...

i read up on the syndrome you speak of, i personally don’t think Ezekiel had it, he was in captivity for years in Babylon, not in the holy place of jerusalem, the syndrome was only goes back to 19th century.
of these signs, how many really be be connected w/Zeke?
*Anxiety, agitation, nervousness and tension, plus other unspecified reactions.
*Declaration of the desire to split away from the group or the family and to tour Jerusalem alone. Tourist guides aware of the Jerusalem syndrome and of the significance of such declarations may at this point refer the tourist to an institution for psychiatric evaluation in an attempt to preempt the subsequent stages of the syndrome. If unattended, these stages are usually unavoidable.
*A need to be clean and pure: obsession with taking baths and showers; compulsive fingernail and toenail cutting.
*Preparation, often with the aid of hotel bed-linen, of a long, ankle-length, toga-like gown, which is always white.
*The need to scream, shout, or sing out loud psalms, verses from the Bible, religious hymns or spirituals. Manifestations of this type serve as a warning to hotel personnel and tourist guides, who should then attempt to have the tourist taken for professional treatment. Failing this, the two last stages will develop.
*A procession or march to one of Jerusalem’s holy places.
*Delivery of a ‘sermon’ in a holy place. The sermon is usually very confused and based on an unrealistic plea to humankind to adopt a more wholesome, moral, simple way of life.
I believe in all earnestness that Ezekiel and the OT prophets were being obedient to God when they heard and spoke His words. Who would do such crazy things for such a long period of time, against all they knew and the culture of the times, unless something or someone far greater than themselves asked them to.
I believe people can have that much faith.
I’m sorry also about your faith crisis.
I wish I had that much faith….
Sorry, Cavman for stepping in on your post/comments, was up all night thinking about this….
Have a great weekend! Kristina

cavman said...

no problem!

I think in the context, Ezekiel’s actions have incredible meaning. They were prophetic actions, indicating the coming judgment on those who remained in Judah. They sound odd removed from that context, but actually make sense when seen within it.

Deb said...

I bought the Ezekiel Bread 4:9 and I do like it. It is kept in my refrig. and is toasted when eaten. So people, there is someone who does like it. Thanks for making this bread!!!!...folks is trippn all early in the mornig....let the blog live!!!!!!

cavman said...

oh please woman,,,,Next time I’m in the midst of a war-induced famine, I’ll remember the recipe. Until then… there is plenty of nutricious and delicious food that God have provided for my sustenance and pleasure.Haaaaaa