USA: Bible bread offers grains from around the world
Food for Life Baking, a US company which made its name with a range of breads, Ezekiel 4:9, based on a recipe contained in the Bible, has extended its product range with the launch of Genesis 1:29. Food For Life's breads are made not with flour but with organically grown grains that are sprouted in water, mashed and mixed into dough prior to baking The use of these 'live' grains releases the nutrients stored within them, explains Gary Torres, the company's director, sales and marketing, and the resulting breads are richer in protein and vitamins than those baked from dry grains ground into flour.
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