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120-year-old sacrament bread on display in Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum

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  • BYR West Bountiful, UT
    Sept. 26, 2013 5:52 p.m.

    And they say fast food never rots and hence is bad for you.

  • DrGroovey Salt Lake City, UT
    Sept. 26, 2013 7:25 p.m.

    That is kind of cool, and kind of gross at the same time.

  • AlaskaCougar Wasilla, AK
    Sept. 26, 2013 7:46 p.m.

    Fast food will rot just fine. Just add a little bit of moisture to it, and watch the mold grow.

  • Oatmeal Woods Cross, UT
    Sept. 26, 2013 9:25 p.m.

    I am LDS and a history fanatic. But this is weird.

  • Cincinnatus Kearns, UT
    Sept. 26, 2013 11:07 p.m.

    AlaskaCougar- yeah, but stick it in a jacket pocket and that Quarter Pounder will last a decade or more.

  • Y-Ask-Y? Provo, UT
    Sept. 27, 2013 6:11 a.m.

    I'm quite certain we had some of this very loaf last Sunday in Sacrament meeting.

  • Happy Valley Heretic Orem, UT
    Sept. 27, 2013 8:26 a.m.

    I'd like to know more about the Pro-Phy-lactic it's in that's one great container to preserve that long.

  • Brahmabull sandy, ut
    Sept. 27, 2013 4:27 p.m.

    History or not... it is disgusting. It is a piece of bread.. it isn't anything I would ever want to own. A piece of moldy bread is not a historical piece in my opinion.

  • RanchHand Huntsville, UT
    Sept. 28, 2013 8:13 a.m.

    Doesn't this start to verge on "iconography" in a way? It's sort of like the Catholics and their reverance for a piece of a former saint's bone, or a piece of Christ's cross. It seems to me that it's right on the verge of "idol worship" if it hasn't already crossed that line.

  • ThinksIThink SEATTLE, WA
    Sept. 30, 2013 5:08 a.m.

    Well, we have a piece of stale bread on display in a museum. It's a start! Now we just need the steel bows, chariots, and other artifacts from the great cities and wars we've been taught about.

  • SLCMom Salt Lake City, UT
    Oct. 23, 2013 2:27 p.m.

    The full article over at Juvenile Instructor is a fascinating read! I would personally like the recipe for this long-lasting bread.