Manna From Heaven Bread Ingredients

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11 Apr, 2017 09:48 PM

I bought this bread "back in the day." It was expensive: with shipping about $17 a "loaf."

A loaf was packed down into something the size of a regular Campbell's soup can (maybe they baked in cans--the loaf had ridges around its sides (lol).

INGREDIENTS:
Sprouted/organic:
Kamut
Spelt
Rye
Millet
Lentils
Anaranth
Quinoa
Sesame
Flax

Also sea salt. That's it. The sprouts arr tender and squishy so they can be packed very tightly into a can.

I tried it, but without all of the above list...my loaf in the soupcan didn't jold together.

Who knows if they steamed it or baked it.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Ken Smith on 11 Apr, 2017 10:19 PM

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    Hi Tigg, you might ask over here:> Dr. Rosedale Diet Fans on Facebook

    Ken/

  2. 2 Posted by Cheri Olds on 11 Apr, 2017 10:46 PM

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    Thanks. I just viewed the link - cool beans!! Just requested to be allowed
    to join the group.

    It would be neat if someone would twiddle with the ingredients of the
    original Julian Bakery's Manna From Heaven Bread and figure out how to get
    the stuff to stick together.

    That being said, the list of seeds to be sprouted is daunting.

    By the way, we usually avoid lentils, don't we? There were sprouted lentils
    in the Manna bread. Interesting.

    -Tigg

  3. Support Staff 3 Posted by Ken Smith on 11 Apr, 2017 10:57 PM

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    Hi Tigg, from my understanding, Manna From Heaven Bread was to die for, sorta, back in the day.

    Ken/

  4. 4 Posted by Cheri Olds on 12 Apr, 2017 01:20 AM

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    *["...to die for*"] Yeah, you died when you paid for the stuff (giggle)!

    It could become a problem when a slice of the stuff sheared off a bit
    inside the toaster - oh, what a mess to extricate all those little pieces
    or get a piece wedged inside the toaster back out again.

    The bread recipe that Leslie posted looks a whole lot more like real bread
    and it probably wouldn't risk burning the kitchen down inside the toaster,
    either (lol).

    I recently acquired a very lasting testimony of the Rosedale Diet as
    healthy and the way to go over all other ways of eating.

    "Back in the day" I ate that way and accrued health and strength as a
    consequence. Then the "foodies" got to me. You know the ones: they want the
    world to go vegan and warn of the dire consequences of ingesting animal
    protein in any form.

    I joined their camp for 15 months. Ate nothing but the Forks Over Knives
    way of eating, which is totally vegan. My endocrinologist is a vegan, due
    to his religion, and he urges all of his patients to switch to Forks Over
    Knives eatint habits. In addition, I studied a 4 credit Nutrition class in
    college very hard (got an A+ in it) and the course work was heavily slanted
    towards shifting people away from animal proteins. (p.s. I'll be 68 years
    old next month which is why I'm in college full time, AND can remember
    events from years ago - lol).

    I can speak " came at a price - I spent several hours in the ER yesterday.
    The lab results showed that Forks Over Knives eating was badly disagreeing
    with my body. My goal had been to pursue even greater health, not less!

    So I ran for the bookshelf and grabbed Dr. Rosedale's book, and re-read
    what had at one time been a lifestyle for me. Oh, how it made even MORE
    sense now!!

    I had been craving sweets all of the time as a vegan. I also craved oils.
    It's no fun to never feel satisfied and full after a meal! I also gained 45
    lbs. in 15 months! Of course, it was a huge drawback to be allergic to
    corn, soy, whole wheat and beans! I ate a LOT of salads in those 15 months,
    and drank a lot of raw food blundered stuff.

    And what was predicted to happen by Dr. Rosedale's book DID happen. His
    book is the ultimate "handbook" on the care and maintenance of the human
    body, when it comes to eating. I value his wisdom and the advice in his
    book now more than ever!

    So glad to have found a support website. I'm on the Plan "A" list, and
    there are quite a few recipes in his book which are actually for the Plan
    "B" folks. It's *such a blessing* and relief when you find extra recipes
    that taste good!

    Best wishes,
    Tigg

  5. Support Staff 5 Posted by Ken Smith on 12 Apr, 2017 01:44 AM

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    ["...to die for"] Yeah, you died when you paid for the stuff (giggle)!

    Good One :-)

    Ken/

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