Organic Biblical Bread Grain Mix:
"Take thou also unto thee wheat, and barley, and beans, and lentils, and millet, and fitches, and put them in one vessel, and make thee bread thereof..." - The Bible
What is Biblical Bread?
Bible Bread is a hearty, heavy whole-grain bread packed with phytonutrients. It has a unique and delicious flavor. Consider pairing your Biblical bread with butter, honey, hummus, or preserves. It is much higher in protein than most regular bread.
This mix of grains is ready to be ground into fresh flour with your mill. Many recipes for Biblical Bread can be found online, regardless of the recipe, they all call for many of the same ingredients. Our Biblical Bread Grain Mix is certified organic and has the perfect combination of grains to make delicious and wholesome multi-grain bread. This Biblical grain mix contains:
- Hard White Wheat
- Hulled Barley
- Hulled millet
- Green lentils
- Black beans
- Red beans
You may notice that some of the recipes for Biblical bread call for sprouted grains. We have experimented with numerous recipes, some of which call for the inclusion of a cup or two of sprouted grains, and some which don't. Biblical bread turns out quite different in texture and taste with or without sprouted grains included. Both are unique and delicious. Some individuals find that they have an easier time digesting grains and seeds that have been sprouted. If this is you, consider sprouting the mix before you embark on your baking venture.
Hard White Wheat-contains selenium, manganese, phosphorus, and copper.
Hulled Barley-high in fiber, which is beneficial for balancing blood sugar and reducing blood triglyceride levels.
Spelt-Contains vitamin E a number of B vitamins, all of which are necessary for proper energy metabolism.
Hulled Millet-Like barley, millet contains a great deal of fiber per serving. Fiber helps aid in digestive health and healthy cholesterol levels.
Green Lentils-are a good source of plant protein, fiber, iron, and folate.
Black Beans-contain similar vitamins and minerals present in lentils and are a rich source of vitamin B6.
Red Beans-contain high levels of soluble fiber and phytonutrients.
Making Manna bread a regular part of your diet will introduce an abundance of nutrients outlined above. This would be the perfect way to enjoy your bread and reap the nutritional rewards!