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Ancient bread sprouts anew

Ingredients date to biblical times

Sprouted bread. Sprouted bread. (Styling by Ted Weesner Jr; Photo by Essdras Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Ted Weesner Jr.
Globe Correspondent / March 4, 2009

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In recent years bread has found itself in an increasingly contentious relationship with the general public. Sales have flat-lined, and to dieters everywhere the staff of life has come to equal unwanted carbs - otherwise known as poison. In an effort to resuscitate the market, breadmakers have festooned just about every package with the words "whole" or "multi-grain," which usually ... (Full article: 881 words)

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