Unleavened Bread

 

If you believe that with the ripening of the first barley fields in Israel, the Biblical new year starts. Then like me right now for you it is the beginning of Unleavened Bread.

It may be my favorite of the biblical feasts. It wasn’t when we started keeping the feasts though. Back then it was just like the rest of the year. Potatoes or Oatmeal for breakfast. Potatoes or rice for lunch. And Potatoes or Rice for dinner. For variation there was Beans and Corn.

Potatos, Food, Nutrition, Vegetables

We didn’t have pancakes and we didn’t try to make bread, for that was before we knew how to make gluten free bread. Then several years ago Mom decided that what the Bible said was

Eat Unleavened Bread

Not

Don’t Eat Leavened Bread

So since then we’ve spent Unleavened Bread making flat breads of various kinds. Dhosas. Crepes. Crackers*. Tortillas.

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*We actually haven’t figured out how to make leavened crackers

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Author: wevegotpockets

I am a young United States citizen. I've been mostly home schooled. I have no plans to go to college or university, but I plan to never stop learning. I'm the second youngest of seven. I love to teach. I feel called to design and sew modest clothes.

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