Ezekiel bread contains wheat, barley, beans, lentils, millet and spelt. Unlike traditional wheat or white bread that is made from kernels of grain ground into flour, Ezekiel bread uses these grains after they have sprouted — or started the germination process. Because it combines legumes and grains in its dough, Ezekiel bread contains more amino acids than traditional breads. More amino acids means the sprouted bread has more protein, especially valuable to vegetarians. Ezekiel bread is a whole-grain product and counts toward the minimum three 1 oz. servings the U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends you consume every day.
Food for Life makes gluten-free breads, English muffins and tortillas. These are sold with a label that clearly states they are gluten-free. If you must eat gluten-free but would like to consume sprouted grains, the company also makes a yeast-, wheat- and gluten-free corn tortilla that includes sprouted corn as the main ingredient.
How to make the Ezekiel High Protein Pizza
4 oz chicken breast cooked and sliced thin
1 red bell pepper chopped
3 oz of 1 % Allegro cheese grated
Pizza-Pasta Sauce, Organic, Amber Glass Jar from Eden Foods
Put the sauce on the tortila, then the chicken and the rest of the toppings.
Put in the oven for 10 minutes on 425 F
Take it out and let it cool for 10 minutes and enjoy