If you want to make your own “Ezekiel bread” you can buy a kit on Amazon. It is called the Ezekiel Bread Making Kit. I didn’t see a label anywhere, but I presume that human or animal dung is not included and you have to provide that yourself.
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I apologize for the pun in the title, but today I’m teaching on Ezekiel, and had seen mentions before of “Ezekiel bread” and decided to look into it further. There really is such a thing, although the version featured in the picture is, I am guessing, a spoof. But of course, if I see it advertised on Conservapedia I may have to change my mind about that.
For me, the scariest thing is that they are able to market Ezekiel cereal…with raisins. Ugh.
If you don’t get why this is funny/disgusting, here’s a link to a passage in Ezekiel that should clarify things. Presumably this is an excellent example of why interpretation in context is important. Not only is the recipe for the bread not provided because it is healthy, but I really suspect that if the person who came up with the idea for “Ezekiel 4:9 Bread” had read all the way to v12, he or she might have thought twice about this.