(Closed) ezekiel bread question

posted 5 years ago in Cooking
Post # 3
1375 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

I keep mine in the freezer and pop it in the toaster before use. I think you can also keep it in the fridge but I don’t think you are supposed to keep it at room temp. Maybe store part of a loaf in the fridge and keep the rest in the freezer? Since its sprouted and unrefined it will go bad quicker than refined flour bread.

Post # 4
1935 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

@Feist:  same. We keep ours in the freezer and just defrost when we need it. We have kept it in the fridge too, and havent had any problems with it quickly molding. 


Post # 5
1660 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

Ours is kept at the grocery store in the freezer.  I usually will take half out and keep it in the fridge (if I know I’m going to eat it quickly) then keep the other half in the freezer.  Sometimes I’ll just keep it in the fridge instead and then “forget” about it,  it still lasts a LONG time that way!

I love the Genesis bread personally! 🙂

Post # 6
4 posts

I love this bread.  Sprouted grain bread is supposed to be healthier than store bought whole wheat bread.  I discovered it when I was on a very restrictive religious fast where I couldn’t have anything with preservatives, processed foods, sugar, etc.  I’ve been trying to move towards eating “clean” but don’t have the time to make my own bread.  I believe the reason that it goes bad is because it doesn’t have any preservatives in it (part of the reason it is healthier than other store bought breads).  I was told that it has to be refrigerated at the least.  We usually freeze part and refridgerate part, as well.  I’ve used the toaster, a panini grill, or the microwave for a few seconds when making a sandwich with it.

Post # 7
1460 posts
Bumble bee

Ooo I used to eat that…then I stopped buying bread altogether…I should get back to it! I kept mine in the freezer and I’d broil it before eating to answer your question (I wanna say the package says to refridgerate but I’m not sure)! Thanks for the post, reminds me how yummy it is sans mold lol

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