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07-18-2007, 06:58 PM
Is manna bread raw? I see that it's sprouted and "baked at low temperatures," but it doesn't say "raw." I know some raw foodists like Carol Alt say it's okay to eat manna bread on a raw food diet, and I've seen a few posts on various message boards about eating it during certain "phases" of a raw diet, but Alissa doesn't write about phases. Any insight?
07-18-2007, 08:48 PM
Hi, this is a topic you will be able to find if you do a search/banana search on here of it= for more info.
Its one of those ones where there's no clear answer - Victoria Boutenko says she researched it and it is raw BUT = she doesn't trust that it is and says your better of makin' your own. Also the book Raw food Real world recommends it.:confused: But there are people on here who say they have researched it and its NOT = ? So - it may be a good transition food BUT you may be better off makin' your own.:)
07-19-2007, 09:11 AM
Thank you. I'm at the point where I know how my body reacts to cooked food versus raw food, so I went ahead and ate some anyway, to see what would happen. My body reacted to it like it was any other raw food, so I'm going to keep eating it.
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