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An Unanswered Letter to Bible Bread

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

October 4, 2010

Bible Bread
IGMA, Inc.
845 Third Ave.
6th Floor
New York, NY 10022

Dear Bible Bread,

I’m an atheist, but have to admit I have an affinity for Bible Bread. I could eat the Onion & Poppy bread all day long. The right cheese pairing and it’s almost a religious experience!

It seems a bit odd that this bread is imported from Israel though. Last I checked they weren’t real big on the bible there. “Torah Bread” doesn’t have the same ring to it though, does it? Looking at the ingredients it seems we have all those things in the US. So doesn’t it make more sense to just make the bread here? Making there and shipping it across the globe seems like a waste of time and energy.

For people trying to minimize their carbon footprint “Bible Bread” does not seem like the way to go. Me? I like the Onion and Poppy bread more than the environment, so it’s a no brainer. Yum yum.


Christopher L. Jorgensen


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