27 December 2010

The Sprouted Grain Difference

You can understand the hesitation I felt about trying Food For Life's Ezekiel
 4:9 Bread after the reaction I had with sprouted wheat in this post

Thankfully I didn't have quite the same mood altering effects, phew!

I cooked some dinosaur kale, spinach, red onion and mustard together

Cracked one egg into the bread bed in a non-stick skillet over medium high heat

Protein, Carbs, Fat: Check, Check, Check!

Perfectly runny and yummy for the tummy :)

Stay tuned for tomorrows post, I have a shocking 
announcement to make. You won't want to miss it!


Anonymous said... [reply]

OOOOOo I want to hear the announcement!

Anonymous said... [reply]

I love a good runny egg. I can't wait for the announcement! :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

Hi Kelsey,
I have a question because like of you I am planning to eat differently to fix some ailments. My new regimen will include a lot of animal-based proteins. Every day I will have from the animal-product group: 2 x 4 oz portions of some meat - poultry - or fish ; 1-2 oz of cheese ; 1 cup of yogurt; and either 2-3 whole eggs or a serving of whey protein. That is all in one day every day. Do you think this will be too heavy on animal products for a day? And do I risk constipation? I will be eating a lot of vegetables, fruits, potatoes and other things besides this.
Thank you for your thoughts.

Jenn (Jenn's Menu and Lifestyle Blog) said... [reply]

I loooooooooove runny egg yolks!! YUM :)

I wonder what your announcement is?! Can't wait to hear!

Anonymous said... [reply]

I keep seeing eggs in a basket on the blogosphere... I really need to remember to make that!! :)

Simply Life said... [reply]

I really want to try that kind of bread -looks great!

Susan said... [reply]

I love Ezekiel bread - but only that one loaf! The other varieties are too dry/grainy for me.

Although homemade bread takes the cake any day!

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

Announcement...you tease! Love the egg in toast! That is a favorite here!

Molly said... [reply]

Oh an announcement... suspenseful.. can't wait!!

Andrea@WellnessNotes said... [reply]

I like sprouted grain bread and do well with it. Your runny egg yolk looks delicious!!!

Yuki said... [reply]

i love ezekiel bread! especially cinnamon raisin :)
cant wait till the announcement tomorrow!!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Sprouted is so filling. +protein in the egg = ultimate meal! can't wait to hear the big announcement

Jes said... [reply]

I am excited for the announcement!

Jenn @ Peas and Crayons said... [reply]

oh nooo! you just reminded me that I forgot to buy kale today... oof and lemons too now that I think of it!

I'll stop in to see what exciting news you have! and hopefully by tomorrow i'll have gone out and scored some kale. =)

Jenn @ Peas & Crayons

Missy said... [reply]

Yay Ezekiel bread!
That's all I do, actually, in terms of bread and mostly their wraps.
So. Yes, I eagerly await to see if you try the wraps because they are different to work with. I have tried your kale and egg wrap (thank you by the way) and those are delicious, but never look as put together as yours. If you find the perfect way to do them up I will owe you big time.

You need to invest in more cookie cutters if your gonna keep doing the egg in the hole thing. The gingerbread man was cutie patootie.


alex said... [reply]

I may know what your announcement is....I saw you post something on facebook about it. I hope you had such a wonderful christmas...thinking about you alot with the sadness issues :)

Reeni said... [reply]

I love ezekiel bread - especially their tortillas! Glad you didn't have a bad reaction!

We Are Not Martha said... [reply]

I've been a fan of Ezekiel 4:9 forever and it looks like it makes an awesome egg sandwich :)

Can't wait to hear your announcement!


Jess said... [reply]

That looks really yummy!!

chow and chatter said... [reply]

tasty lunch love how you cook your eggs :-)

Anonymous said... [reply]

I thought I was the only one who called leafy vegetables "dinosaur food" lolll, but it DOES look like something a dinosaur would eat!
By the way, I bought a jumbo muffin tin this weekend :) :) Hooray!

theUngourmet said... [reply]

I love egg in a hole and kale. I'm all over this one! ;)

Tori said... [reply]

Hmmmmm. I'm curious to know what the big announcement is! Don't keep us hanging too long!

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

Ooooooooh you tease!!!! I want to hear the announcement!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Ezekiel bread makes awesome French toast!

Monet said... [reply]

I adore that bread. I just bought another loaf today. And I love eggs and toast. There is nothing better. You tempt me too much with that announcement :-) Thank you for sharing this with me. I hope you have a lovely week. I wish you and your family the happiest New Year!

Tine said... [reply]

Looks delicious!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Where is the announcement?
There are people waiting here!

Chelsea said... [reply]

I'm curious to try that bread, but it is so dang expensive!

Can't wait to hear your announcement tomorrow! I hope it's a good thing! :D

Kelsey Ann said... [reply]

to anonymous: that sounds like a wonderful plan. the best way to avoid constipation due to increasing animal protein is to drink plenty of water. broccoli is also a key vegetable to help keep everything regular. also first thing in the morning and before bed on an empty tummy, try mixing 2 tsp ground flax seeds in warm water and drinking. this really cleanses out a lot of..well..crap lol!


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