Using the Beans and Grains in Ezekiel flour
Here's another great tip to Milling Grain.
Most vegetarians know that combining a legume (bean) and whole grain make a complete amino acid (protein). Most frugal and starving artists know that beans and rice is a good hearty meal for pennies. Most Southerners know that pintos and a grain (cornbread or rice) can cook all day and fill you up for all night! So why not combine these into a useful flour?
Funny you should ask. Seems that someOne thought of that long ago. In Ezekiel 4:9, God gave the prophet a recipe. Ezekiel was to eat only that recipe for 430 days. I would say for that length of time and given the Author of that cook book, it must have been a pretty complete spectrum of nutrients, dont you think?
We sell the combination of grains and beans that make up an Ezekiel Flour, but there are a few tricks to using this flour.
Have fun experimenting with this flour. The taste is quite powerful - but it is packed with nutrients