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  • Yes, they ate Locust. A Review of Some the Common Foods at the Time of Jesus

    07/17/2014 4:58:01 AM PDT · by NYer · 46 replies
    Archdiocese of Washington ^ | July 17, 2014 | Msgr. Charles Pope
    Generally speaking, the Israelites of Christ’s time were frugal eaters. Frankly until about 100 years ago, frugality in eating was more imposed than chosen. The food was more scarce and less convenient than today. It’s availability was seasonable, and all the elements needed to be made from scratch, including hauling in the water from wells etc.Bread was the essential, basic food. So basic was it that in Hebrew “to eat bread” and “to have a meal” in the same thing. Bread was treated with great respect and many rules existed to preserve that reverence. Any crumbs of over the size...
  • Interpretation of John 6:25-69

    07/09/2014 2:46:02 PM PDT · by ealgeone · 25 replies
    Catholic Apolgetics.org ^ | 03-09-10 | Dr. Robert Schihl and Paul Flanagan
    Following the details of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes--biographical, Jesus walking on the sea--biographical, Jesus reacts to the crowds' need for signs. Jesus takes them from manna, bread from heaven, to "true bread from heaven (v. 32)" ... "I am the bread (v. 35)." "I am the bread that came down from heaven (v. 41)." This is God saying this: "I am the bread that came down from heaven." If He was not really the bread that came down from heaven, His omnipotent and creative Word would then have made it so.
  • Government Spends Money to Create Obesity Epidemic & Then Regulates Us to Help

    07/04/2014 12:07:25 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 25 replies
    Political Outcast ^ | July 3, 2014 | Mark Horne
    I mentioned two days ago the decision of schools to ban birthday cupcakes. Michelle Obama is essentially fighting with students to get them to change what they eat. But what is missing from this story is the proper context. The fact is that our bad eating habits are getting encouraged by taxpayer money. In fact, the government arguably changed our dietary habits to their present behavior. The Foundation for Economic Education came out with an article yesterday about dealing with food deserts.
  • Antonio Cassano Stopped Eating Focaccia To Lose 10kg And Slink His Way Into Italys World Cup Squad

    06/17/2014 10:48:11 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 5 replies
    Who Ate All the Pies ^ | Chris Wright
    Num nums! Perhaps surprisingly, Antonio Cassano has never played a single minute of World Cup football, with his inclusion in Italys 2014 squad being the Parma strikers first ever call-up to an Azzurri World Cup squad. Now aged 31, Cassano has admitted that he thought his chance to appear at a World Cup had passed, but thanks to a serious show of dedication he was able to persuade coach Cesare Prandelli that he was worth taking to Brazil largely due to him scoring 12 goals and dropping 10kg over the course of the 2013/14 season. As a reward for...
  • Man steals bread truck, makes deliveries in underwear

    05/23/2014 5:21:25 AM PDT · by NYAmerican · 21 replies
    7online.com ^ | 5/23/14 | 7online.com
    Authorities say a man stole a New York City bakery truck and began delivering loaves of bread to random businesses. Police say David Bastar hopped into the Grimaldi's Home of Bread truck on Manhattan's Upper East Side early Monday while the real driver was making a delivery at a pizzeria. Wearing only his underwear, Bastar then allegedly began dropping off baguettes, whole-wheat rolls and sourdough bread - but not to the bakery's customers. Joe Grimaldi is the owner of the Queens bakery. He says the bandit "dropped a lot of bread" worth about $5,000. He says the bakery later accommodated...
  • Pakistani and Indian in 'Chapatti' Fight (Both Are Seriously iInjured)

    11/02/2013 3:02:10 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 6 replies
    Emirates 24/7 ^ | Friday, November 01, 2013
    All for a meal. A fight over a piece of bread has left two men from the Subcontinent with serious injuries in a Kuwaiti city. According to a report in arabtimesonline, a Pakistani and an Indian were waiting in queue at a restaurant in Fahaheel to buy chapatti (flatbread). Eyewitnesses were quoted as saying that when it was the Pakistanis turn, the Indian man overtook him and took the chapatti. They argued about it and quickly they got into blows. The Indian man claims that the restaurant staff gave it to him. However, both of them are seriously injured and...
  • Communion on the moon

    07/27/2013 2:27:22 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 10 replies
    World Magazine ^ | 7-24-13 | Marvin Olasky
    Pardon me, please, if youre familiar with this terrific story, but I never knew it: Former astronaut Edwin Buzz Aldrin celebrated the Lords Supper on the moon 44 years ago, on July 20. Aldrin was an elder at Webster Presbyterian Church near Houston. According to Londons Daily Mail, a Presbyterian General Assembly gave Aldrin permission to administer communion to himself on the moon, using a small plastic container of wine and some bread.
  • No Bread For Obama: Presidential Fare To Be Kosher For Pesach

    03/11/2013 9:55:28 AM PDT · by Nachum · 4 replies
    Matzav.com ^ | 3/11/13 | staff
    The entire King David Hotel, where President Barack Obama be staying with an entourage that will fill all 233 rooms from Wednesday, March 20, to Friday, March 22, will be made kosher for Pesach ahead of his visit. The King David will roll out the carpet, but hold the rolls. With the hotel in a security lockdown, all the food necessary for the trip and the prosperous Pesach crowd to follow is being stored in containers out back. When PresidentObama said yes to a long-overdue visit next week, his first since becoming president in 2008, its not clear that he...
  • Bread and Circuses: Economic growth is anemic, but at least we have a cool first couple.

    02/26/2013 6:34:48 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 7 replies
    National Review ^ | 02/26/2013 | Mona Charen
    People who once upon a time handed out military command, high civil office, legions — everything, now restrains itself and anxiously hopes for just two things: bread and circuses — JuvenalIsn’t it grand that we have such a cool couple in the White House? Hollywood would never have deigned to invite any other first lady to present the award for best picture at its annual self-worshipping soporific. Mrs. Obama knew just how to flatter the nearly inexhaustible vanity of people who sell tickets to shows. Advertisement “I am so honored to . . . help celebrate the movies that lift our spirits, broaden...
  • I Gotta Get the Bread and Milk! OMG, I Gotta Get the Bread and Milk!!!

    02/09/2013 11:00:30 PM PST · by ProtectOurFreedom · 54 replies
    Twitchy ^ | 2/9/13 | Vic DiBitetto
    Guy needs to get his bread and milk!
  • Unprepared New Yorkers Battle Price Gouging

    11/06/2012 5:03:21 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 23 replies
    Personal Liberty Digest ^ | November 6, 2012 | Sam Rolley
    Being prepared for disaster is a way of life for many American preppers, but there are also many people throughout the Nation completely unprepared for the unthinkable. Those who are unprepared become easy targets for victimization. Since Superstorm Sandy struck New York, there have been hundreds of reports of price gouging in the area as frantic city-dwellers rush about in search of basic supplies. New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Monday that he was in the process of investigating more than 400 possible cases of price gouging as prices on things like gasoline, food, bottled water, generators, batteries...
  • CDC: Bread beats out chips as biggest salt source

    02/07/2012 3:59:33 PM PST · by Daffynition · 32 replies
    AP via MedicalXpress ^ | February 7, 2012 | MIKE STOBBE
    [snip] Bread and rolls are the No. 1 source of salt in the American diet, accounting for more than twice as much sodium as salty junk food like potato chips. That surprising finding comes in a government report released Tuesday that includes a list of the top 10 sources of sodium. Salty snacks actually came in at the bottom of the list compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "Potato chips, pretzels, and popcorn - which we think of as the saltiest foods in our diet - are only No. 10," said CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden. Breads...
  • Five ideas Obama considered but utlimately rejected for tonights speech (vanity)

    09/08/2011 9:42:53 AM PDT · by Scythian · 4 replies
    In an effort to ease the mind of the 14 million unemployed Obama and his staff came up with various ways to distract the American public, these were the top 5 that were rejected: 1) Order the NFL to continually pan the cheerleaders between plays (like they did back in the 70' and 80's) 2) Order the creation of "LOST 2" (Jack realizes he must go back to the island as John Locke never really died, it was all a ploy to get them to leave the island). 3) Order "Cash for Clunkers 2" (Americans with wives over 50 get...
  • Baguette vending machine

    08/10/2011 10:29:19 AM PDT · by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis · 8 replies
    CBS ^ | 8-10-11 | Bailey Johnson
    (CBS/AP) - Today in "God, could they be more French?" French baker Jean-Louis Hecht has rolled out a 24-hour automated baguette dispenser, promising warm bread for hungry night owls, shift workers or anyone else who doesn't have time to pick one up during their bakery's opening hours.
  • Evidence Found for Undiscovered Comet That May Threaten Earth

    07/28/2011 8:51:45 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 17 replies
    Space.com ^ | 7/27/11 | Mike Wall
    A surprise meteor shower spotted in February was likely caused by cosmic "bread crumbs" dropped by an undiscovered comet that could potentially pose a threat to Earth, astronomers announced today (July 27). The tiny meteoroids that streaked through Earth's atmosphere for a few hours on Feb. 4 represent a previously unknown meteor shower, researchers said. The "shooting stars" arrived from the direction of the star Eta Draconis, so the shower is called the February Eta Draconids, or FEDs for short. The bits of debris appear to have been shed by a long-period comet. Long-period comets whiz by the sun very...
  • Bread crisis in Tehran

    06/14/2011 7:05:25 AM PDT · by nuconvert · 11 replies
    The price of flour has jumped 50-fold and the price of bread has increased four-fold, according to the Iranian regimes news sources. Six months after the Iranian regime implemented a plan to lift subsidies, the regimes media outlets have made revelations about a bread crisis in Tehran. According to these sources, despite a rise in bread prices the quality remains the same. The regime has not made good on its promises to compensate for rising fuel and electricity prices, leading to more pressures on bread makers. The leader of Tehrans Bread Makers Union has resigned in this regard.
  • Super easy bread recipe and how to make slow cooker yogurt- Vanity

    03/26/2011 8:11:31 AM PDT · by goodwithagun · 69 replies · 1+ views
    Here is a link to a bread recipe I just successfully tried: http://www.motherearthnews.com/Real-Food/Artisan-Bread-In-Five-Minutes-A-Day.aspx The recipe is just mix and let sit for 2-3 hours, then rerigerate until needed. The dough makes multiple loaves and lasts 2-3 weeks in the fridge. It also freezes well. Here is a link to homemade, slow cooker yogurt I have been successfully using for a while: http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2008/10/you-can-make-yogurt-in-your-crockpot.html It is so easy and so yummy!
  • oday is Bread Day! Have You made Bread Lately?

    03/14/2011 1:21:22 PM PDT · by Little Bill · 63 replies
    self | 3/14/2011 | self
    Every Sunday or Monday I bake bread for the week, do any of you do the same? I have been kind of curious about this since the outrage about food prices on FR a couple of years ago.
  • TGIF Rock-n-Roll Oldies: Bread - 1972

    01/07/2011 9:31:13 AM PST · by Reaganite Republican · 22 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | January 7, 2011 | Reaganite Republican
    Bread was a rock band formed in Los Angeles, CA. They enjoyed 13 hit songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart between 1970 and 1977, in the process pioneering a new genre later to become known as 'soft rock'. Bread consisted of David Gates , Jimmy Griffin, Robb Royer, Mike Botts, then Larry Knechtel (replacing Royer in 1971). Before forming Bread, Gates had worked with Royer's previous band, The Pleasure Fair, producing and arranging the band's 1967 album, The Pleasure Fair. Royer then introduced Gates to his songwriting partner, Griffin, and the trio joined together in 1968 and signed with...
  • What Should I Buy in Bulk? (Wholesale Shopping Club Tips)

    11/18/2010 5:15:35 PM PST · by Diana in Wisconsin · 148 replies · 1+ views
    Mother Nature Network ^ | November 13, 2010 | Woman's Day Staff
    (An expert explains when bigger really is better and when it isn't.) Buying a membership to a wholesale shopping club certainly can pay off but it doesnt always. Toss giant boxes of this or jumbo-size canisters of that in your cart without giving a second thought to price tags, and you probably wont save enough to cover the cost of your membership. If you want to save a bundle when you buy in bulk, you need to shop smart and we have the experts who can tell you how. Read on to learn where the real savings...
  • Loaf of wheat bread may soon cost $23 due to skyrocketing food price inflation.

    11/08/2010 8:34:20 AM PST · by TaraP · 86 replies
    Natural News ^ | November 7th, 2010
    (NaturalNews) Within a decade, a loaf of wheat bread may cost $23 in a grocery store in the United States, and a 32-oz package of sugar might run $62. A 64-oz container of Minute Maid Orange Juice, meanwhile, could set you back $45.71. This is all according to a new report released Friday by the National Inflation Association which warns consumers about the coming wave of food price inflation that's about to strike the western world. "For every economic problem the U.S. government tries to solve, it always creates two or three much larger catastrophes in the process," said Adams....
  • Mother is told off by park warden for feeding ducks 'unhealthy' white bread

    10/20/2010 12:49:22 PM PDT · by WOBBLY BOB · 45 replies
    Daily Mail Reporter ^ | 10-20-10 | daily mail
    A mother feeding the ducks with her two children was stunned when she was told off by a council warden - for giving the birds 'unhealthy' white bread. Lisa Taplin, 34, was told by the park ranger to bring granary or wholemeal bread next time as it was better for the ducks.
  • Bread was around 30,000 years ago -study

    10/18/2010 5:01:00 PM PDT · by rdl6989 · 53 replies
    Reuters/yahoo ^ | October 18, 2010
    LONDON (Reuters Life!) Starch grains found on 30,000-year-old grinding stones suggest that prehistoric man may have dined on an early form of flat bread, contrary to his popular image as primarily a meat-eater. The findings, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) journal on Monday, indicate that Palaeolithic Europeans ground down plant roots similar to potatoes to make flour, which was later whisked into dough. "It's like a flat bread, like a pancake with just water and flour," said Laura Longo, a researcher on the team from the Italian Institute of Prehistory and Early History.
  • Was That Blob in Your Kitchen Born in the Gold Rush?

    05/02/2010 8:50:34 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 12 replies · 740+ views
    Wall St. Journal ^ | May 02nd 2010 | KATY MCLAUGHLIN
    MAY 3, 2010 Was That Blob in Your Kitchen Born in the Gold Rush? Bakers Obsess Over Pedigree of Yeasty 'Starters'; Some End Badly By KATY MCLAUGHLIN Marni Witkin normally feeds Happy twice a day. Once, she forgot to feed him for three straight days, and he looked distressed. "I'm not necessarily a good pet owner," says Ms. Witkin, a Los Angeles Web site editor. After a few extra feedings, Happy was back to his bubbly old self. Vintage sourdough starter -- a bubbly mix of flour, yeast and bacteria used to make crusty loaves of bread -- is all...
  • Face of Jesus appears in naan bread

    01/11/2010 3:35:19 PM PST · by Daffynition · 29 replies · 652+ views
    Metro.co.uk ^ | 01.11.10 | Ted Thornhill
    It's been a busy time for the face of Christ recently, appearing on an iron, in a bruise, on a car window - and now on a naan bread in a curry house in Surrey. We know that most Brits find curries heavenly, but this is surely taking the passanda. This latest sighting follows a spate of the Messiah's holy visage popping up in unexpected places. A few days back a woman from the US claimed she could see the face of Jesus in a bruise on her arm, while an American woman's iron also played host to the Lord...
  • Bread trailer stolen from a church

    06/28/2009 11:00:52 AM PDT · by JeepInMazar · 16 replies · 804+ views
    WINK News ^ | Jun 26, 2009 | Christina Hernandez
    Bread trailer stolen from a church By Christina Hernandez, WINK News Story Updated: Jun 26, 2009 at 7:47 PM EDT LEHIGH ACRES, Fla. - Stealing from charity - it's hard to believe anyone would do that, but it happened at a church in Lehigh Acres. The Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church helps out struggling residents every week, but Friday morning, it was a lot harder to do that. The church does something called 'free bread day' for those in need every Friday morning. Thursday night, the trailer the donated bread is loaded into went missing. Chuck Emery volunteers at the church...
  • Fort Pierce man suspected of trying to sell bread as crack cocaine

    06/22/2009 8:49:41 PM PDT · by JeepInMazar · 43 replies · 2,699+ views
    TCPalm ^ | June 22, 2009 | Will Greenlee
    FORT PIERCE A 40-year-old man who is suspected of trying to sell bread as crack cocaine to pay bills is facing charges, according to an arrest affidavit released Monday. A deputy about 12:50 a.m. Sunday saw a man identified as Timothy Allen Riggin, of the 600 block of Avenue E, peeking around the rear building of the Nowalk Motel. Riggin ran from the deputy, but was apprehended near U.S. 1. Investigators turned up several pieces of faux crack cocaine in his pocket, according to the affidavit. When I located the counterfeit crack, the male immediately said it was bread,...
  • CHECK! (CAREFULLY!) EATERIES PUT H2O, BREAD ON YOUR BILL

    04/27/2009 7:12:11 PM PDT · by rawhide · 26 replies · 2,616+ views
    NY Post ^ | April 27, 2009 | By ADAM NICHOLS
    Recession-hit restaurants are helping themselves to your wallet by serving you an extra side of super sneaky charges. The Post last week found city eateries subtly billing customers for things usually free -- including bread and butter. Although managers claim the prices are clearly marked on menus, the outrageous charges can backfire on restaurants, experts said. Unexpected costs found by The Post include: * A $1-per-person charge for water at West Village restaurant Bobo -- noted on the menu but not mentioned by waiters. The drink is filtered tap water. Staff said the money funds the filtration. "If anyone doesn't...
  • Gobekli Tepe: The Worlds First Temple? ( massive carved stones about 11,000 years old )

    11/11/2008 5:08:14 PM PST · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 86 replies · 3,696+ views
    Smithsonian magazine ^ | November 2008 | # Andrew Curry # Photographs by Berthold Steinhilber
    Predating Stonehenge by 6,000 years, Turkey's stunning Gobekli Tepe upends the conventional view of the rise of civilization Six miles from Urfa, an ancient city in southeastern Turkey, Klaus Schmidt has made one of the most startling archaeological discoveries of our time: massive carved stones about 11,000 years old, crafted and arranged by prehistoric people who had not yet developed metal tools or even pottery. The megaliths predate Stonehenge by some 6,000 years. The place is called Gobekli Tepe, and Schmidt, a German archaeologist who has been working here more than a decade, is convinced it's the site of the...
  • Study shows UFC is poised to contribute millions to NY

    11/10/2008 5:45:06 PM PST · by Flavius · 9 replies · 155+ views
    ufc ^ | 11/7/08 | ufc
    STUDY SHOWS ULTIMATE FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP IS POISED TO CONTRIBUTE MILLIONS TO NEW YORK STATE ECONOMY />UFC Event in New York City Would Result in $11.5 Million in Net New Economic Spending; Buffalo Event Would Generate $5.2 Million in Total Economic Activity With Record-Breaking Event Attendance, Mixed Martial Arts Will Contribute Needed Tax Dollars and Tourist Revenue to Cash-Strapped Communities Around New York State NEW YORK, NY A study released today showed that Ultimate Fighting Championship events in New York City and Buffalo would have a significant impact on state and local economies by generating tax revenues, creating jobs and...
  • Romans Were Upper Crust On Daily Bread

    05/21/2008 3:38:38 PM PDT · by blam · 15 replies · 120+ views
    Journal Live ^ | 5-21-1008 | Tony Henderson
    Romans were upper crust on daily bread May 21 2008 by Tony Henderson, The Journal WHEN it came to their daily bread, troops at a Northumberland Roman fort took no chances. Excavations at Vindolanda are revealing two massive granaries whose quality even outshone the nearby commanding officers quarters. The dig is also uncovering a magnificent flagged roadway next to the granaries. The masonry of these granaries is far superior to that of the nearby commanding officers residence, and although some of the walls have suffered from stone robbing, others are standing to a height of around 5ft, said director of...
  • Baking bread on top of the world

    05/07/2008 1:57:48 PM PDT · by fishhound · 15 replies · 45+ views
    BBC ^ | Wednesday, 7 May 2008 | Charles Haviland
    At the heart of Everest base camp, in one of the hundreds of tents that make up this seasonal settlement, is a bakery. It may be one of the world's highest. The man who had the idea for it, Dawa Steven Sherpa, isn't sure. But it does attract customers. Entering the tent, the weary trekker is wrapped in a welcome cloak of warmth and of mouth-watering bakery smells. The various goodies are stacked in plastic trays - chocolate cake, apple pie, croissants, cinnamon rolls, banana bread and doughnuts. Chocolate chip cookies are piled in plastic jars. Following their noses, hikers...
  • Inspection Cites Restaurant For Keeping Bread In Bathroom (Checkers)

    04/30/2008 7:37:37 AM PDT · by rawhide · 16 replies · 128+ views
    WFTV News ^ | 4-29-08
    SANFORD, Fla. -- Eyewitness News discovered a popular Sanford fast food restaurant that's accused of storing food on the floor inside the men's restroom. The food that was left on the floor in the restroom was just one of several critical violations health inspectors found at a Checkers location in Sanford. Employees at the Checkers store on South French Avenue at West 15th Street apparently decided it was okay to store buns for their hamburgers inside a not-so-clean men's room. Tuesday, it appeared they had changed the policy, but not before racking up a dozen health code violations. "The bread...
  • Grain prices soar globally (Governments Curb Exports, Fight Theft)

    03/31/2008 3:22:27 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 30 replies · 1,386+ views
    CS Monitor ^ | 03/27/08 | Daniel Ten Kate
    Grain prices soar globally Rice shortages are appearing across Asia. In Egypt, the Army is now baking bread to curb food riots. By Daniel Ten Kate | Correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor from the March 27, 2008 edition Bangkok, Thailand - - Rice farmers here are staying awake in shifts at night to guard their fields from thieves. In Peru, shortages of wheat flour are prompting the military to make bread with potato flour, a native crop. In Egypt, Cameroon, and Burkina Faso food riots have broken out in the past week. Around the world, governments and aid groups...
  • Another McDonald's Rat on Wheat Bread

    02/21/2008 7:40:04 AM PST · by Revski · 3 replies · 77+ views
    I love McDonalds food but if you ask for your choice of bread on your order and that choice is wheat bread, no deal. Check out this short funny rap on, wheat bread. Revski
  • Dough! Hapless thieves mistake bread for cash

    01/22/2008 2:23:47 PM PST · by Westlander · 5 replies · 70+ views
    AP ^ | 1-22-2008 | AP
    MELBOURNE, Australia - Two Australian robbers thought they were hauling away a big sack of cash from the Cuckoo Restaurant, but it turned out to be bread rolls and one of them accidentally shot the other in the buttocks during the heist.
  • Wonder Bread run out of California for carbon diox emissions

    09/05/2007 6:22:00 AM PDT · by bboop · 147 replies · 3,911+ views
    No Wonder... Published On 08-31-2007 , 2:27 PM Gov. Schwarzeneggers drive to reduce carbon dioxide emissions got a major boost this week when the makers of Wonder Bread announced the total withdrawal of their bread products from Southern California. Interstate Bakeries, the makers of Wonder Bread, Roman Meal, Home Pride and Bakers Inn breads announced the closure of four bakeries, 17 distribution centers and 19 outlet stores, leaving 1,300 Californians out of work. The iconic breads that had been staples of Southern California grocery stores since the 1940s will completely disappear from shelves starting October 20th. The parent...
  • Sara Lee Recalls 27 Brands of Bread

    07/28/2007 9:38:39 AM PDT · by PAR35 · 39 replies · 2,416+ views
    AP via Excite ^ | July 28, 2007 | --
    DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (AP) Sara Lee Corp. is recalling 27 brands of whole wheat bread products because they could contain small metal pieces, the company said Friday. ... The products were sold in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee. ... The recall involves EarthGrains, Publix, Sara Lee Delightful, Sara Lee Hearty & Delicious and several other brands that were stamped "best if purchased by" July 25, 2007, to Aug. 7, 2007, and included the code "222."
  • Alert Issued for Selected Whole Wheat Fresh Bread Products

    07/27/2007 10:21:27 AM PDT · by girlangler · 38 replies · 2,089+ views
    Food and Drug Administration ^ | 7/27/07 | news release
    Recall -- Firm Press Release FDA posts press releases and other notices of recalls and market withdrawals from the firms involved as a service to consumers, the media, and other interested parties. FDA does not endorse either the product or the company. This listserv covers mainly Class I (life-threatening) recalls. A complete listing of recalls can be found in the FDA Enforcement Report at: http://www.fda.gov/opacom/Enforce.html Precautionary Recall Alert Issued for Selected Whole Wheat Fresh Bread Products Alert pertains only to products baked at Sara Lees Meridian, Miss. Bakery Contact: Mark Goldman 630-598-7317 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- Downers Grove, IL --...
  • Mysterious Kidney Disease Blamed On Bad Bread

    07/09/2007 2:33:52 PM PDT · by blam · 9 replies · 704+ views
    New Scientist ^ | 7-9-2007 | Roxanne Khamsi
    Mysterious kidney disease blamed on bad bread 22:00 09 July 2007 NewScientist.com news service Roxanne Khamsi Contamination of wheat by Aristolochia clematis, pictured here, could be the cause of deadly kidney failure among thousands of people in the Balkans. (Image: Kurt Stber) Farmers in the Balkans are failing to weed out the cause of a kidney disease, according to a new study that appears to have resolved a decades-long mystery. The contamination of the region's wheat by the birthwort plant seems to be the source of an unusual form of kidney failure and urinary tract cancer that afflicts many people...
  • The baker who beat McDonald's

    01/07/2006 6:56:01 PM PST · by Pikamax · 98 replies · 2,587+ views
    Times Online ^ | 01/07/06 | Richard Owen in Rome
    The baker who beat McDonald's From Richard Owen in Rome AFTER a five-year battle, the fast-food giant McDonalds has retreated from a southern Italian town, defeated by the sheer wholesomeness of a local bakers bread. The closure of McDonalds in Altamura, Apulia, was hailed yesterday as a victory for European cuisine against globalised fast food. Luigi Diges, the baker, said that he had not set out to force McDonalds to close down in any bellicose spirit. He had merely offered the 65,000 residents tasty filled panini bread rolls which they overwhelmingly preferred to hamburgers and chicken nuggets. It...
  • French work hours push up baguette price

    11/14/2006 8:52:59 PM PST · by oblomov · 42 replies · 1,026+ views
    Reuters ^ | 11/14/2006 | Reuters
    PARIS (Reuters) - Why have French baguettes become more expensive? Because of France's shorter work week, French Finance Minister Thierry Breton said on Tuesday. ADVERTISEMENT Breton, who has been a vocal critic of France's 35-hour work week, said the price of a baguette had risen by 23 percent over the past five years, while the price of German bread had fallen by 3 percent over the same period. "The cost of the 35-hour week is included in the rise of the price of a baguette since 2001, and this has been hidden too much from the French," Breton told L'Express...
  • The $100,000 Note That Won't Buy A Loaf Of Bread In Zimbabwe

    06/06/2006 5:36:09 PM PDT · by blam · 13 replies · 627+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 6-7-2006 | Peta Thornycroft
    The $100,000 note that won't buy a loaf of bread in Zimbabwe By Peta Thornycroft in Harare (Filed: 07/06/2006) The 100,000 Zimbabwean dollar note which went into circulation this week was officially worth just over 50p. Yesterday on Zimbabwe's burgeoning black markets it was valued at about 16p. In a country stricken by 1,000 per cent inflation, the world's worst, the new note will not even buy a loaf of bread. Just four months ago, a loaf of bread cost $45,000 Hours after the national mint started printing the notes, the price of bread shot up by more 40 per...
  • Religion of Peace Vs. 8-Year Old Boy

    11/01/2005 7:44:32 AM PST · by finnman69 · 32 replies · 1,658+ views
    Religion of Peace Vs. 8-Year Old Boy The glory of shari’a: 8 Year Old Iranian Boy Caught Stealing Bread. (Warning: disturbing but not gory photos.)
  • America Supports You: Couple Supports Troops With Banana Bread

    10/18/2005 5:26:56 PM PDT · by SandRat · 5 replies · 278+ views
    America Supports You ^ | Oct 18, 2005 | Spc. Claude Flowers, USA
    MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla., Oct. 18, 2005 Albert Davis of Largo, Fla., may have retired from the U.S. Navy in 1973, but he's still serving his country and doing all that he can for the military. For the last 15 years, he and his wife Barbara have been diligently baking loaves of banana bread for American troops serving around the world. How many? Seven an hour, 94 per day, every day --- so many that on Oct. 14 the couple presented Army Gen. John Abizaid, commander of U.S. Central Command, with their 75,000th loaf during a ceremony here....
  • MEPs call for common EU circus policy (Send in the Clowns)

    10/14/2005 4:51:54 PM PDT · by atomic conspiracy · 8 replies · 306+ views
    EU Observer ^ | 10-14-2005 | Lucia Kubosova
    MEPs call for common EU circus policy 12.10.2005 - 17:38 CET | By Lucia Kubosova EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS The European parliament is set to vote on a report calling for standardised rules for circuses performing across the continent. MEPs suggest circuses should be referred to as part of Europe's cultural heritage, but they disagree on whether they should include presentation of animals or not. The report contemplating the "new challenges for the circus as part of European culture" is to be voted on Thursday (13 October). It covers three main areas: the education of children from travelling communities, health...
  • Consecrated wine/ bottle of wine juxtaposed

    10/11/2005 5:13:45 AM PDT · by Gillibrand · 1 replies · 334+ views
    Catholic Church Conservation ^ | 11 October 2005 | gillibrand
    At Autumn Farm Mass in Malines, Belgium with Austrian music sponsored by Austrian Airlines followed by breakfast
  • The Cult of L: TV's first lesbian drama grabs hold

    05/07/2005 8:43:02 AM PDT · by pissant · 29 replies · 665+ views
    Miami Herald ^ | 4/25/05 | lydia martin
    We admit it, we're stuck on The L Word, Showtime's frothy drama about fantasy lesbians getting it on in swimming pools and showers all over Los Angeles. Granted, some of us have it worse than others. Some of us only go so far as to meet Sunday nights for viewing parties with friends. In the morning we rehash over e-mail and phone. But we leave it at that. There are others among us who go that infatuated extra mile, overwhelming dozens of websites with nitpicking analysis, swooning fantasies and cries for help. Starved to see images of themselves on TV,...
  • The Feast of Unleavened Bread: The Lesson of Leaving Sin

    04/23/2005 8:25:55 AM PDT · by DouglasKC · 3 replies · 369+ views
    God's Holy Day Plan ^ | 1997 | Various
    The Feast of Unleavened Bread: The Lesson of Leaving Sin Immediately after the Passover comes a festival that depicts the next step in the fulfillment of God's master plan. After God, through Christ's sacrifice, has forgiven us of our sins, how do we continue to avoid sin, since we must go on living in newness of life? How do we live as God's redeemed people? We find the answer in the remarkable symbolism of the Feast of Unleavened Bread. When God freed Israel from slavery in Egypt, He told His people that for "seven days you shall eat unleavened bread"...
  • Human Starvation Experiments by UNIT 731 of the Japanese Imperial Army (Scientific Results)

    03/30/2005 7:30:24 PM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 86 replies · 2,480+ views
    Unit 731 of the Imperial Japanese Army; Human Experimentation ^ | 30 March 2005 | AmericanInTokyo (w/references)
    IMPERIAL JAPANESE CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY: Witness Account "C" Test How Long a Human Being Could Survive With Just Water and Biscuits Imperial Japanese Medical Orderly Ishibashi witnessed: (Translation) "I saw the malnutrition experiments. They were conducted by the project team under the technician Yoshimura. He was a civilian project team under the technician Yoshimura. He was a civilian member of Unit 731. The purpose of the experiments, I believe, was to find out how long a human being could survive just with water and biscuits. Two individuals were used for this experiment. They continuously circled a prescribed course within...