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    Default Dave's Killer Bread

    So do you think Dave's Killer Bread would be GM or not?

    Here is the ingredient list:

    http://www.daveskillerbread.com/glossary.shtml

    Some varieties are flourless sprouted wheat and spelt. Here's are the varieties:

    http://www.daveskillerbread.com/breads.shtml






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    Sure looks like it to me. Any of those ingredients by themselves are GM. The idea with GM/MM is to stay away from processed foods on GM days. If this helps you do that, then by all means!
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    And what a story he has!





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    I'd certainly buy it! It all sounds delicious!!!!!





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    It really is a fascinating story he has. And the bread is really wonderful bread.

    Thanks for the info. I'm pretty sure I understand the GM types of food but one of the threads I was reading made it sound like it would not include breads except Ezekiel and manna bread. I would think it would be any truly 100% whole grain natural breads.

    Now if I could just get my sweet tooth under control!






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    Since Dave's Killer Bread is fairly new & it seems to only be available in stores in the NW people probably weren't aware of it. I'd say it qualifies as GM. Just don't eat too much of it! I wonder why he only sprouts the wheat bread though?





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    WOW! I LOVED this story....I am a firm believer that anyone can change, you just have to want to
    I am also going to order some of his bread and see if my HFS will carry some, I was that touched by his video.

    Are all of his breads sprouted? Guess I need to do some investigating....

    Thank you for sharing.

    Mary Ann






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    I don't think all of his varieties are sprouted from what I can tell.

    I guess it probably is just available in the NW - at least you can order it though.






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    This bread dose taste great -- so great -- I want more. BUT, I live in the southern part of the US and do not have access to it. (I was able to taste it while on vacation in Idaho.) So. . .I took the list of ingredients and recreated the recipe. I've fine-tuned it so that it is good enough for us. If you're interested in trying my recipe, let me know. I do not say it is exactly the same, just dang close! I've only recreated the Killer Bread recipe, as that was the only one I tasted.






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    Default Daves Killer Bread

    Yes, please post your imitation recipe for Dave's Killer Bread. Thanks!






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