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I can't do gluten, but DH can and I'm wondering if there is a company that makes freshly-ground sprouted sourdough (or other) bread? He really loves his bread and is going to eat it regardless. If there's a good option I wanna hear it.
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I'm just learning about NT so I am not sure if this qualifies but Food for Life makes a sprouted grain Ezekiel bread that is refrigerated or frozen at the HFS.

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I know the makers diets has Ezekiel bread in the last phase of it. It is very similar to NT in many ways in my opinion. I would think it would qualify as NT
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Ezekial has soy in it, so it's not ideal in Fallon's opinion. I believe the WAP guide recommends Alvarado bread products (which I know I can get at Wild Oats) and Trader Joe's sprouted multi-grain.

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I believe the WAP guide recommends Alvarado bread products (which I know I can get at Wild Oats) and Trader Joe's sprouted multi-grain.
Don't Alvarado products have both flour and sprouted grains? The bagels do, at least.
And where can you get this guide? Do you have to be a member?
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The bagels do have flour. I'm not 100% sure about the bread. I think they contain lecithin and maybe a small amount of soy, but my WAP chapter leader discussed this with Fallon and if you're going to buy bread (vs. making it), you'll have to compromise something.

Yes, the guide is for members. Maybe you can order it if you're not a member? Check out the site, as I'm not sure.

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I think Manna bread would also be ok. Usually found in the freezer section, made only of sprouted grain.
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The bagels do have flour. I'm not 100% sure about the bread. I think they contain lecithin and maybe a small amount of soy, but my WAP chapter leader discussed this with Fallon and if you're going to buy bread (vs. making it), you'll have to compromise something.

Yes, the guide is for members. Maybe you can order it if you're not a member? Check out the site, as I'm not sure.
Yep the breads have just sprouted flour. I have not mastered the art of bread making and Alvarado is the only kind dd will eat. She is a sandwich and toast girl.
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Alvarado's sprouted sourdough is excellent. It has only sprouted flour, and tastes way better than Ezekiel, IMO.
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I was told by my NT herbalist that Alvorado is the best. I don't have my WAP guide or I could look it up. I really like the Alvorado bread. It is really hearty and tastes good.
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Do you know if the Alvarado is sprouted rye? That's usually what sourdough is, right?
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i recently found this bread and love it. basically this is what i would make at home if i was a good enough baker
the bread has only fresh ground spelt, water ans sea salt asa ingredients. i found the bread at my local hfs
http://www.speltbread.com/
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Are manna and essene the same?
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