- ·2 eggs (Whole eggs are high in fat-soluble vitamins, protein, and lecithin which breaks down bad cholesterol and raises the good.)
- 5 oz milk (I put the eggs in the bowl of a kitchen scale and add milk until the combination equals nine ounces)
Exodus 3:8 “I will bring you into a Land flowing with milk and honey.”
- 2 ½ Tablespoons of honey (Raw honey is high in the amino acid proline. Proline is the primary component in collagen which is the main structure in bones.)
- 1 ½ teaspoons salt (True sea salt [which is unprocessed] contains many minerals essential to good health beyond sodium and chloride.)
- 13 oz freshly ground whole wheat flour (Wheat contains many vitamins. The Bran prevents constipation, colon cancer and high cholesterol. The germ [kidney of wheat in the Bible] is a mega-vitamin. The “white” of the grain contains sugar for the new plant to grow on. Guess what part white flour is made from? One of the chemicals used to bleach white flour [its natural color is creamy] is also used to give rats diabetes for lab tests. Gee, why does every country that can afford white flour have significantly higher rates of diabetes?)
- 2 Tablespoons of butter (God gave us “butter of kine [cows].” Deuteronomy 32:14.
Among chickens fed various fats, those fed butter had better bone formation and insulin receptors than the veggie-oil birds.
In another study, pigs fed butter had no signs of heart disease while those on veggie fats [margarine] had the clear beginnings of heart disease.
Heart disease began to sky rocket in this country ten years after the introduction of margarine.
Heart disease continues to climb even after two decades of “don’t eat fat, especially animal fat.”)
Proverbs 14:12 “There is a way that seems wise to a man but the end thereof is destruction.”
- 2 teaspoons of yeast
- Put the liquids in the bowl and mix.
- Add the yeast and half the flour.
- Add the salt.
- Add flour slowly, mixing until the consistency of Play Dough.
- Turn out on a floured counter and knead (massage, turn, punch) until it’s not sticky, adding flour as needed to keep it from sticking to the board.
- When it doesn’t get sticky anymore (about 15 minutes, give or take), place in a well buttered bowl,
- Cover with a wet towel and let rise for 1 ½ hours (until doubled in size).
- Punch down and let rise again (about an hour).
- Punch down, shape into loaves or rolls and let rise again.
- Bake at 450 for 20 minutes.
- Lower the oven to 400 and bake until golden and it sounds hollow when “thumped” (about 20 minutes for loaves. Less for rolls.)
- Rub with butter or egg whites and let cool for 20 minutes.
- Cut and eat