"Also there is an ancient recipe of the ancient Jews, called Pulse.
So if the recipe were ever found, it would have to show not only all the
ingredients but exactly the different ratios of seeds to berries and
nuts to seeds and etc etc, and different interactions. In fact, the
more I thought about this, the more I prayed about it, and told God
"well if this recipe is around I'll need the recipe with the ratios
Well, few years after this, I was praying about it and said, "you
know what, there's no way I'm the first to search for this recipe".
"Show me who found it and let me in on it!" Not long after that I
came across a radio infomercial where a man is talking about
searching for the recipe for Pulse that seemed to bring back the
youth and fatness to the cheeks of Daniel (from the book of Daniel in
the Bible). When Daniel ate it, instead of eating pork as all the others ate."
“What is “the perfect meal” you talk about – and why is it the perfect meal? ”
ADon’s Answer: The perfect meal is in Natures Phinest in the FDR. Here are the ingredients (simply crush them together):
Figs, Dates, Oats, Raisins, Prunes, Sesame Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Cashews, Almonds, Pecans, Brazil Nuts, Filberts(Hazel) Walnuts, 8 Grains, Dried fruit of desired primary flavor, Beet Root powder, Grape seed Oil, Walnut Oil and Sea Salt. The Majik was in the Measures or Sacred Ratios they are mixed in to portion size one to the other…(hint: Fibonacci sequence) in it’s proportion to the measure of the cubit to the wrist. Pythagoras called this the meal of Hercules, Daniel of the Bible called it the Pulse of God (English translation) and the Mayan/Inca called it the Teocali taletlket (food for the Temple of the Sun).