Biblical Ingredients

A Detailed List Of Food Related Scriptures

Biblical Ingredients


EAT GOD'S APPROVED FOODS LISTED IN THE BIBLE.

A good guideline would be to eat "living foods." The natural, living foods are fresh vegetables, fruits, grains, meats and dairy products.

The "dead foods" are those that are highly refined. They not only are expensive, but also in most instances do little to nourish. Many people who find themselves tired, run down and sick are victims of their diets which are made up of dead, junk foods.

Find below an outline of some of God's approved foods to help you get started on the road to proper eating.


Barley - Ruth 2:23

Bread - Luke 22:19

Butter - Isaiah 7:22

Corn - Ruth 2:14; I Samuel 17:17

Cheese - I Samuel 17:18

Dates - Genesis 3:2

Eggs - Job 6:6

Figs - Numbers 13:23; I Samuel 25:18

Fruits (All) - Genesis 1:29

Herbs (Leafy Plants) - Genesis 1:29

Vegetables - Genesis 1:29

Honey - Deuteronomy 8:8

Meats (Beef, Fish, Lamb, Poultry, Venison) Deuteronomy 14; Leviticus 11

Milk - Isaiah 7:21-22

Nuts - Genesis 43:11

Olives and Olive Oil - Leviticus 2:4; Deuteronomy 8:8

Salt - Leviticus 2:13

Wheat (Bread, Cereal, Pasta) - Psalm 81:16

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