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Beouemom
Monday, September 17, 2007, 12:30am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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let us know how your manna bread turns out.  The time I made it I ground the sprouts in a hand meat grinder.  Very drippy.  Then when I baked it it took a long time to bake on that low temperature.  


Beouemom sounds like bay way mom and I think Colorado is a great place to live.  
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Tuesday, September 18, 2007, 12:40am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I will for sure let all know...more of my berries are sprouting...although...it seems like it is taking too too long.....
I will most likely bake it tomorrow...18 Sept....more to follow.
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You can purchase a commercial sprouting jar to help with your sprouting, as well, or a mason or canning jar with cheesecloth/vented screen to cover the jar.

Use partially sprouted berries and resprout in a separate jar. Toss sprouted or partially sprouted berries in your meals or salads. Sprouted grains are delicious, contain enzymes, help the body detoxify, and are highly nutritious.

Alia


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you might have drowned those poor berries the time you left them in water for the second time! lol
no worries, next batch will be a winner!


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Lola,

You are so right!!!

I woke up this morning expecting to see long sprouts.....and I did...along with alot of mold....rats!!!

I will try it again...but how to keep them moist enough to sprout without over watering them...and keeping them too long is a sure receipe for mold....

I was so warned, but I had to try....Next week I will make another attempt.  I am heading out of town to Blytheville Arkansas for business this week.

Thanks all for the words of encouragement and advice.
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have a safe trip!


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So is kamut kind of like spelt?


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kind of but I can not have spelt.  I really like kamut.  Both kamut puffs and then I buy the berries and grind them into flour.  Makes those yummy waffles.  We even put blueberries in them.  


Beouemom sounds like bay way mom and I think Colorado is a great place to live.  
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Alia Voe,  where can one purchase Kamut flour, or berries?
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Pacific Bakery's 100% Kamut Bread.

http://www.kamut.com/english/allergy/nutrition-main.htm#521
Eden Foods - Producers of organic kamut


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I was in our local HFS yesterday and saw that Eden Foods puts out a line of kamut and kamut/quinoa pasta. No other ingredients.


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I'm new to all this and I'm a bit confused about Ezekiel bread for an O. The description on this site says unlike most commercial sprouted breads, Ezekiel doesn't have wheat. However, I just bought some and sure enough the first ingredient is sprouted wheat. I was in another store and checked it out again to make sure there weren't several varieties. There weren't. They've all got sprouted wheat as the first ingredient and the package says it's not gluten free. Am I missing something? Is this really okay for an O person?
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yes the sprouting of wheat inactivated the WGA lectin.
just make sure the sprouted grain bread has no added wheat flour.
the gluten intolerant do avoid this type of bread, unless gluten free grains are used exclusively, like amaranth, quinoa, and buckwheat.
lectins and sprouting
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grains with gluten in them," which would include spelt, rye, and Ezekiel products, as well as barley --


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