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Mon Jun 4, 2012, 03:49 AM

What kind of bread do you use at home?

We use Natural Ovens bread. Generally the Whole Grain and Flax bread if it's available at the store, otherwise we use the Oatmeal.

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Reply What kind of bread do you use at home? (Original post)
WillParkinson Jun 2012 OP
Meiko Jun 2012 #1
crunch60 Jun 2012 #2
Sherman A1 Jun 2012 #3
veganlush Jun 2012 #4
watrwefitinfor Jun 2012 #5
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nofurylike Jun 2012 #7
watrwefitinfor Jun 2012 #18
nofurylike Jun 2012 #23
nofurylike Jun 2012 #6
freshwest Jun 2012 #14
juxtaposed Jun 2012 #8
watrwefitinfor Jun 2012 #19
juxtaposed Jun 2012 #26
marybourg Jun 2012 #9
mindem Jun 2012 #10
Kablooie Jun 2012 #11
handmade34 Jun 2012 #12
LeftyMom Jun 2012 #13
yewberry Jun 2012 #15
LeftyMom Jun 2012 #16
RebelOne Jun 2012 #17
flvegan Jun 2012 #20
CrispyQ Jun 2012 #21
applegrove Jun 2012 #22
WillParkinson Jun 2012 #24
applegrove Jun 2012 #25
HopeHoops Jun 2012 #27
ginnyinWI Jun 2012 #28

Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 04:25 AM

1. Sourdough

 

MMMMMMM! Makes great toast.

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 05:14 AM

2. I get my bread from the local Polish deli, it comes from Chicago

 

and is shipped to Nevada. It's Polish Rye, flour, salt, yeast, that's it. One large loaf is almost s $6.00, but it lasts me two weeks. I keep it in the frig., cause it will mold as it does not have mega preservatives. Real delicious bread.

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 05:29 AM

3. Natural Ovens

I liked them when they were around here, but they pulled out of this market several years ago. Now for the most part we pick up bread products at the Entemann's bread store. There are a couple of local Italian bakeries I like, but I don't often get the chance to get much from them.

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 05:40 AM

4. eziekeil.

100 Percent whole grain sprouted

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Response to veganlush (Reply #4)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 06:01 AM

5. Ditto here.

Ezekiel Bread. Wonderful bread, nice people. Expensive, but it's so filling I only eat half as much .

Wat

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Response to watrwefitinfor (Reply #5)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 06:18 AM

7. *

if you can try there, it has been less expensive at t joe's.

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Response to nofurylike (Reply #7)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 05:31 PM

18. Thanks, but no T Joe's within 100 miles of me.



In the boonies of SC I'm lucky to find it at all, even luckier to have it at the Piggly-Wiggly only 20 miles from home.

I buy it for myself and a diabetic relative.

Wat

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Response to watrwefitinfor (Reply #18)

Tue Jun 5, 2012, 01:54 AM

23. i am sorry there isn't!! i have seen the price come down in our other

local grocery stores. maybe its growing popularity will make it more affordable! i hope so, for you, and all!!

is winston-salem just as far away? there is a t joe's opening there by august. makes number 7 in NC.

btw, i should add that our t joe's is a day trip for us. but the prices are so much better than anywhere - and even more, better prices for healthy food!! - that we plan and make that trip once a month, for a major monthly shopping!

good luck! be well, watrwefitinfor!!


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Response to veganlush (Reply #4)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 06:11 AM

6. ditto nt

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Response to veganlush (Reply #4)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 02:02 PM

14. Also, with the occasional round of sliced black olive bread.

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 06:32 AM

8. I eat what's on special, BOGO

I thought this was funny, I never heard of Ezekiel Bread so reading about it I came across this review.

http://www.nobeliefs.com/washingtonnews/EzekielBread.htm

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Response to juxtaposed (Reply #8)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 06:21 PM

19. Your link is just a little over the top, and sort of insulting. This atheist

has never seen a Bible verse on the bread wrapper or on the website. It's not a bunch of religious nuts but a bunch of nutrition nuts, saying, let's get back to some basic food. Something we could use a whole lot more of IMO.

It ain't made with shit, either, I don't care what that ridiculous website says.

Try this link:
http://www.foodforlife.com/product-catalog/ezekiel-49/breads

I'm looking at a wrapper on a loaf of Ezekiel 49 Sesame Bread now. In addition to the sprouted organic seeds, filtered water, organic wheat gluten and fresh yeast, it lists the nutrition facts:
Serving, 1 slice
Calories, 80
Fat, .5 grams (no trans fat)
Cholesterel, 0 mg
Sodium, 80 mg
Potassium, 75 mg Total Carbs, 14 g
Dietary Fiber, 3g
Sugars, 0 g (no added sugars of any kind)
Protein, 4g (states the bread contains all 18 amino acids - a complete protein.)

No Bible verses on the loaf wrapper, either. The wrapper does state, "This Biblical Bread is Trulythe Staff of Life."

They have a very wide assortment of breads and related stuff like tortillas, mixes, gluten free and wheat free, all organic. Their cinnamon bread is just delicious and 0 grams of sugar.

Sorry to carry on, but I was just a little upset after taking a look at that awful link you posted that says they make it with human dung.

Suggest you try a slice. Toast it and smear it with raw organic honey.
Heavenly. (Said the atheist.)

Wat





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Response to watrwefitinfor (Reply #19)

Thu Jun 7, 2012, 07:00 AM

26. Thank you for letting me know your concerns (said an Atheist once)

After reading your response to the satirical Washington News opinion-editorial about Ezekiel bread it got me thinking that what I may find humorous others my find offensive and at times even worse.

I hope this unthoughtful disregard of others (on my part) has no long lasting effect with your enjoyment of "Ezekiel 4;9 Bread" or (Ezekiel 4:12 bread if they ever decide to make it).

I hope the next time you're smearing organic honey on a hot toasted slice of "Ezekiel 4;9", thoughts of "Ezekiel 4:12" do not enter your mind and ruin the moment for you.

Sorry for going on so long, so I removed about 10 lines above!

juxta

Actually I never tasted Ezekiel 4:12 bread because it doesn't exist (although Ezekiel 4;9 bread does). No doubt it would taste abominable. This is satire but, no doubt, there will be some gullible Christians and some Atheists that will believe anything. They don't read footnotes do they?


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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 07:19 AM

9. Canyon Bakeries gluten free 7 grain

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 07:50 AM

10. I bake my own bread.

Both sourdough and regular bread. I have a friend who has a small mill and provides real good whole wheat flour I like to use.

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 08:10 AM

11. Hmmm. I Wonder?

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 08:16 AM

12. no bread!

SO and I cut out all bread and have both lost over 30 libs... rarely miss it

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 11:46 AM

13. Dave's killer bread. Good seed or 21 grain.

Not much though, I'm dieting and bread is pretty calorie dense.

http://www.daveskillerbread.com/

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Response to LeftyMom (Reply #13)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 04:12 PM

15. I keep wanting to try that

but it's like six bucks at my grocery store. I can't justify that.

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Response to yewberry (Reply #15)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 04:15 PM

16. It's about half that at Winco.

If you have one near you.

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 04:52 PM

17. Very seldom buy bread,

but when I do, I buy what is on sale as most of the loaf turns to mold after I use just a few slices.

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 07:45 PM

20. I don't eat much bread, but my Whole Foods makes a kickass sprouted.

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 07:46 PM

21. Rudi's Jewish Light Rye or Ancient Grains.

I keep saying I'm going to learn to bake my own, but it never happens. I even have a lovely sourdough starter.

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Mon Jun 4, 2012, 09:25 PM

22. Ciabatta. Love it.

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Response to applegrove (Reply #22)

Wed Jun 6, 2012, 03:39 PM

24. We use Ciabatta rolls at work...

They look amazing and I'd love to try them, but I can't find any ingredient listing on them. :sigh:

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Response to WillParkinson (Reply #24)

Wed Jun 6, 2012, 05:07 PM

25. They are my parents' favourite. We have it once or twice a week.

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Sat Jun 9, 2012, 12:39 PM

27. A lot of it is what my middle daughter makes (usually in the bread machine) - check out...

 

http://www.hungrymonster.com/recipe/recipe-search.php?C=Bread%20Machine&ttl=549

She usually gets creative. We grow a lot of herbs so she has a lot to work with (including caraway seeds, cilantro/coriander, basil, dill, oregano, mints of multiple types, thymes of multiple types, chives, etc.)

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Response to WillParkinson (Original post)

Fri Jun 15, 2012, 12:45 AM

28. mostly Brownberry Ovens

Not sure if this is a national brand, but it is in Wisconsin. Lots of varieties like "100% Whole Wheat" "Health Nut" etc. I go to the outlet store and get enough to fill the freezer.

Also make my own from time to time. Made some rye bread today. Also like to make Artisan bread. And my own pizza crust.

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