Ok, probably not Paleo but I hoping to hear what I want to hear. Manna bread tastes great, ancient recipe, I do get sleepy after eating whole loaf in one sitting unsurprisingly.
Cinnamon Date (My favorite!) http://www.mannaorganicbakery.com/ver.php?mod=product&item=2 Sprouted organic wheat kernels, filtered water, organic dates, organic cinnamon, organic oatmeal.
Sourdough (I read somewhere sourdough is more paleo?) http://www.mannaorganicbakery.com/ver.php?mod=product&item=23 Filtered water, organic whole rye flour, organic whole wheat flour, organic sunflower seeds, organic rolled oats, sea salt, organic caraway seeds, organic fennel seed, organic coriander seed.
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on July 12, 2011
at 05:59 PM
A bread could be sort of paleo (consistent with archeological evidence) if it were made with small amounts of fresh-ground wild (or at least heritage) grains. But as far as I see this is made with modern wheat varieties which have some biochemical issues. Manna/Ezekial/any of these "natural" sprouted breads actually make me more sick than if I ate cake made with white flour because I am sensitive to so many things in wheat and at least refining removes some of them. A recipe I have found that is delicious and doesn't make me sick is freshly ground buckwheat (in a coffee grinder) soaked for a day in water/yogurt, and then mixed with eggs to make pancakes.
on July 12, 2011
at 06:01 PM
I think that if you're gonna eat grains, they ought to be sprouted or fermented, so that's a plus! I would probably eat this stuff once in a while. There are, of course, those who cannot tolerate any gluten or grains at all. Is it Paleo? Meh. But if you want to eat it, you should just watch out for side effects!