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 Hidden Manna

Hidden Manna
Hidden Manna
Hidden Manna
Hidden Manna
Mere mortal living will not explain the miracles away you can try and most of you will attempt to poo. The truth remains eye become steadfast in all my things the GLORY is to be to GOD in his SON Jesus. A few items here and there an empty pizza box with only one pepper there some red pepper left in the little squares packages eye love that pepper on meat. Under that box was a smaller one with more than several of those fancy mini breads the kind that they make with all that cimmummum. MMM. The space on this word document will not let me add all of the things that eye found and scrounged.  Some chicken wings eye eat past the skin to get past the BBQ sauce. The meat comes off clean underneathe the bone is all eye leave with the skin it looks clean when I'm done.  The fish from the fish place the dumpster was gone but someone left some out on the ground for the doves and the pigeons to scrounge eye left them some bread the hushpuppy kind and took all the fish and the meat in the shrim:Pe eye could find with the hurry up egYpt bag run to the bus kind of day. The food is clean when the eye needs to play over meat he just wipes some and swipes some it's fun and complete.
 Hidden Manna
Unleavened Bread
Yield: 1 large round bread Ingredients:
o          2 cups warm water
o          1 teaspoon salt
o          2 tablespoons olive or sesame oil
o          1 teaspoon caraway seeds
o          6-8 cups whole wheat flour In a large bowl, mix together the water, salt and olive or sesame oil. With a wooden spoon slowly stir in about 2 1/2 cups of flour and the caraway seeds, mixing and beating for about 5 minutes. Mix in additional flour, until the mixture is too thick to stir. Flour a board or kneading area. Transfer the dough and any remnants left in the bowl, to the board. Knead the dough, adding additional flour as necessary, until it is smooth and the consistency of your ear lobe (yes!). Unyeasted dough requires a good deal of patient kneading, about 15-20 minutes to start. Work in a rhythm, turning the dough clockwise to assure uniform kneading. Altogether, you should have about 250-300 kneads. Oil hands, and form the dough into a ball. Oil the dough, and place in a large bowl. Cover with a cloth and a cover, and place away from drafts for 30-36 hours, or until the dough has puffed and risen. Allow longer time if no fermentation seems to be taking place. Remove the risen dough from the bowl, knead lightly and form into ping-pong sized balls. Place the balls in a large well-greased oiled round baking pan, snuggling them up, one against the other. Do not cram -- use an additional pan, or form an additional small loaf if necessary. Allow space for rising. Cover round bread loaf with a wet cloth and set in a warm place for 3-6 hours or until the dough rises about half again. Brush with milk or oil. Place the bread in a cold oven, and heat to 300F. Bake bread about 45 minutes to 1 hour, or until it sounds hollow when tapped on both top and bottom. Serve warm and thinly sliced, or let your guests tear off the rolls as individual servings.
Hidden Manna
Emerging Leaders in Food Processing
We are one of few approved Licence holders for weaning & Energy foods from CFTRI, Mysore (An Internationally Renowned Food Research & Technology Institution) and with PPRC (Paddy Processing Research Centre, Tanjore) for special Ragi Processing technology. We work closely with national and International Food Research Organisations, Agricultural Universities and Food Processing Engineering Institutes. MANNA has earned an unique reputation as a destination for study visits for all students in Home Science, Agricultural & Food Processing. Nutritionists and Dieticians. MANNA is surely and strongly emerging a leader for food processing in this part of the Nation.
Hidden Manna
  Pathya Vat TrilogY

Rice Staple Rice Paddy dances as he embeds the rice the long green shooting into ground Rice Missy plays too much the work is more important then the fun
Rice Paddy like the dance a bit too much he fell and swum
Rice Missy help up Rice Paddy he is her love Rice Missy work so hard the rice is done Rice Paddy go get sampan from the cove
Rice Missy try to imitate the dance but lost her foot and dove
Rice staple was embedded in the east and northern fold


Rice paddy man Bare feet are wet Farmer toes wet
Making rice grow Water is cold Rice man do sow
Paddy is moue Rice paddy wet

SamPan Label Rice PaddY Dance
Place the long rice Green stems so nice
Move with the floe
Rice Missy falls dove from the floe
Rice PaddY Moue Helping her up
Work is so hard Saki in cup
Rice staple done SamPan Label
Rice is staple Asian for table
YanKee Potatoe SamPan Label
The True Hidden Manna is the name that's been hidden and given us JESUS.
Charlesrhice becomes CharlaXDarkstone with a little hidden imagination my manna in this wilderness.

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