Ezekiel Bread in its traditional form is spelled out in the Bible - book of Ezekiel chapter 4 verse 9. This is the bread to give Ezekiel sustenance for his time in the wilderness. Now a days, it is used as a tool to fast and pray. I enjoy baking it because it is a hearty whole grain bread that goes well with soup and stews or toasted. I also occasionally add some chopped nuts and maybe dried fruit and give it as a gift or to take to a gathering.It is also a brand of bread now: Ezekiel 4:9 - Food For Life. They also base it on The Bible's description:
"Take also unto thee wheat, and barley, and beans, and lentils and millet, and spelt and put them in one vessel…" And those are the ingredients they use - no artificial ingredients.
There are 80 calories in one slice of Ezekiel Bread
There is protein in bread.
One can buy a loaf of Ezekiel bread at a local health food store, such as Trader Joe's. Some grocery stores also sell Ezekiel bread in the baked goods section.
If you're talking about Ezekiel Bread, I've found a business called "First Froots" which is an online, Adelaide based business. Its looks like it is online order and delivery only, but they do stock Ezekiel 4:9 Bread :)
Yes. Either in the frozen foods section or bread section.
Publix or any health food store
No guniea pigs cant they cannot have any type on bread product at all.
Most are not, but some (the English muffins) are clearly labeled to be gluten free.
Ezekiel 4:15; The whole 4th chapter tells the story.
Ezekiel 4:9 by Food for LifeRudi's Organic Bakery 7 Grain with Flax