From Food for Life, it is Ezekiel 4:9 Cereal! As they say,
"As described in the Holy Scriptures: 'Take also unto thee Wheat and Barley and Beans and Lentils and Millet and Spelt and put them in one vessel and make bread of it...' Ezekiel 4:9"
I saw this and could not believe it, because of the negative connotations in the context of the verse. Sure, one can try to cast it as God giving instructions to his prophet for a healthy diet. But, the connotation is that they prepare their cereal making use of either human or bull excrement! The verses in question:
Also, this was not being depicted as ideal bread, just as it was not ideal to bake the bread over human or cow excrement. The idea was to convey a message about the coming famine, but otherwise they would not have eaten such a multi-grain bread. This is apparent from context, but we also have Rashi as well:
wheat and barley, etc., and millet and spelt paniz et epeltre in Old French, millet and spelt. A sign of the famine that will be upon them in the days of the siege, and they will eat a bread of mixed [grains] while nauseated.It is possible they do not imagine most customers will be aware of the context. Many Jewish people I mentioned this to were unaware of this, but perhaps Christians are more aware, reading it in English. Or maybe not.
At any rate, heh.
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