Jesus Trail Mix

Grain, especially wheat, was the base of the first century diet, and toasted whole grain traveled well. Adding almonds to the grain results in a complete protein combination. I’ve included raisins for a bit of a sugar kick and because raisins would have been plentiful in first-century Galilee.

Trail mix base:
2 parts toasted wheat berries*
1 part raisins (purple or white)?
1 part almonds

*To toast the grain, heat 1/2 tsp oil for each 1/2 grain to be used. When the oil is hot, add grain and stir constantly over medium-low heat for about five minutes. Add salt to taste, and cool grain by spreading flat on a plate.

Optional add-ins/substitutions: chopped, dried figs, apricots, or dates; walnuts; toasted sesame seed; toasted pearl barley.

Submitted by Anita Rhodes

Jesus Trail on Prime Time America Radio

Jesus Trail cofounders Maoz Inon and David Landis were interviewed for an eight minute spot on the Prime Time America radio show.

click to playClick here to listen to the audio clip (8 minutes), from Prime Time America: March 25, 2008

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Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus: Capernaum, Israel Travel Blog

Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus by L. Raleigh

Available at http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-entries/lraleigh/youarehere./1207062000.html