Zen, before I debate you about seeing the great wall (along with every 2 lane road on the planet), I’ve found some cool info on the bread.
It seems that people like sprouted bread because it’s crunchy yet light. Other than that, it’s magical properties are limited.
I was really curious about this bread, so here’s what I found: 3 days prior to baking, put 1/4 cup whole wheat seeds or berries in a 1-quart jar. Cover the mouth of the jar with cheesecloth, fastened with a rubber band. Soak seeds in warm water. Pour off the water (save), and place jar on its side, in a dark place. Twice a day, rinse the berries in tepid water (80?-85? )poured through the cheesecloth.
When the sprouts are as long as the seed, bake the bread.
[quote]Zen warrior wrote:
Yes, you can see the Great Wall from the moon (or space) Freakin’ geeky huh? That’s what happen when your parents give you books every birthdays. And you come around to reading them
Hey Dave, I just asked Dr Lowery about this, but I’ll throw it your way too: I’m currently buying this bread which’s got 13 gr of carbs per slice. But the label says “made with sprouted wheat” What the hell is that, and what does it do?[/quote]