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Nutrition discussion on ezekiel bread 4:9, within the Bodybuilding Forum; Originally Posted by john917v Sounds good, I'll have to try some out the next time I buy food. Is it ...


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Old 06-10-2008, 07:25 PM   #11
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Sounds good, I'll have to try some out the next time I buy food. Is it sold at Wal-Mart?
If you go back to the site and click on home page you will find the store locator, just put in your zip code
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The ezekiel flourless cereal isn't bad either. You have to let it soften up in the milk a little bit before eating though.
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It's great for complex carbs, I really like it and always forget to buy it. LOL

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http://foodforlife.com/sprouted-grai...ekiel-4-9.html

Its really good, I just toast it. Good ingrediants
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