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#1 Old 04-27-2005, 09:33 PM
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I've been getting into sprouted bread recently. The kind I have now is Food For Life's Ezekiel 4:9. It's very good, especially toasted with peanut butter and honey I'd like to try some of the other varieties, though. When i was at Whole Foods I looked at the selection and got really overwhelmed- there were both breads by Food For Life and other brands, and I just didn't know which to chose. Any reccommendations for a good one besides the basic Ezekiel?



oh, and also- how do I thaw a few slices of the bread without toasting them? Up to this point I've just been eating the bread as toast, but I'd like to use it for sandwiches, too.



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#2 Old 04-27-2005, 10:11 PM
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I love ezekiel too! that's my staple. I haven't really tried other brands of spelt bread at whole foods, but they have really good fresh pita bread, and a brand of rice/almond bread which tastes delicious with clover honey!



to thaw bread, i just put a 2 slices on a dish and nuke em for about 1 min. that does the trick =).
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#3 Old 04-28-2005, 10:52 AM
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The Ezekiel sesame seed hamburger buns, pita bread, and the Bran for Life bread are all very good. Trader Joe's has a house brand of sprouted bread that's very tasty too.



If you take a few slices of bread out of the freezer and just leave them out on the counter they'll thaw in just a couple of minutes. You don't even need to go to the trouble of microwaving them if you have 5 minutes to spare.
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