This is a free excerpt from God's Banquet Table!
Take wheat and barley, beans and lentils, millet and spelt; put them in a storage jar and use them to make bread for yourself. You are to eat it during the 390 days you lie on your side.
OATS I can remember as a boy visiting my Grandmother. Every morning I would be greeted with a piping hot bowl of oatmeal for breakfast. I don’t know how she did it, but Grandma knew how to make the perfect bowl of porridge. Because of the necessity of oatmeal during the depression and the first and second World Wars, oatmeal has become an American tradition. A high quality, inexpensive filling and nutritious food. When asking my Grandfather what he thought of his daily portion of oats, he would simply reply, it makes me regular. Eighty-five percent of the oat crop grown in the USA is shamefully used as livestock feed. Not until recently have mainstream nutritionists given the oat the respectability it deserves. Its digestible fiber makes oats an excellent food source in maintaining a healthy clean colon. Oats have the ability to grow in poor soils where wheat and barley would not survive. It was considered a food for the poor and had little respect during Medieval times.
Whole grain oats are filled with seven B vitamins, vitamin E, nine minerals, which include a generous amount of calcium and iron. It is easy to digest and a good source of a higher quality protein than wheat. Because of its soluble fiber, oats help lower cholesterol levels in the blood. Oat bran makes an excellent breakfast cereal, cooking in two minutes. Oats, powdered in a coffee grinder make an excellent natural thickener. Always buy unrefined whole oats. Organic oats can be found in health food stores and are quite cheap. Natural rolled oats will take longer to cook but can be soaked overnight to dramatically decrease cooking time, making oats a convenient, healthy breakfast. Oats contain a natural antioxidant that allows them to be stored for extended periods of time. If oat flour is added to bread, the antioxidant in oat flour will help preserve the bread’s freshness.
Grain in moderation is jam-packed with nutrition and for many countries who do not have a continuous source of fresh fruits and vegetables, grain becomes their main staple. Grain is sustaining and is excellent in supplying the calories needed for hard physical work.
For most North Americans, walking to the car or pushing the buttons on the TV converter is considered hard work. If you do not exercise and eat large portions of highly-concentrated food it forms mucus that clogs up the system, reducing vitality, clear-thinking and health. As you probably realized by now, we are not a big fan of highly-concentrated foods, especially of making them a largest part of your diet. Try to eat less grain products, many people have experience an increase in health by cutting down the amount of grain in their diet.
Out of the tens of thousands of grain recipes from all over the world from every culture, tribe, nation theses are six of the very best.
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