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“Our Daily Bread...”

Written by tevensso on December 17, 2003 to .

STOCKHOLM - The Swedish Salvation Army has started selling a book named “Vårt dagliga bröd” (Our Daily Bread), which contains recipies of “25 famous faces’ best bread”. Among those faces are Per Gessle and super athlete Carolina Klüft, who each have given their best recipes for bread.

  The book can be ordered via the Salvation Army’s web shop. The price is 100 Swedish kronor. ($13)

  Robert Thorselius contributed to this article.


Ooh, where can you but one? Are they sold in bookshops? :)

what does it costs

Mmmm. Now I’m hungry. :P

Oh I like bread!

For a second there I thought this article was going to be about the Salvation Army suing Roxette for using a similiar logo on the Room Service album.

*gg* Per BAKES bread... ???!??? (((-;

How do you order it? When you go to the page there is only a picture of it - no ordering button. :S

Oh, now i figured out how. :D

yeah the shop is a bit weird.. not so user friendly I would say :S

doesn’t say either if they deliver abroad, the 20sek for postage is for Sweden.. :S

Hej people!!!

Do you really know what the salvation army is?

It’s almost a sect which represent a radical and extreme way of thinking and belief!!!

I don’t want support this disputed “association”!!!

I can only warn you! When they have your address, they stand tomorrow outside your door!

I think you’re thinking of the Jehova’s Witnesses.

No, I have read at the German Salvation Army website what they thinking f. ex. about homosexuals, it’s ridiculous! Sorry, I don’t want to have any contact with them. For me, they misuse the Christian belief for their radical principles!

I agree with Jobarth. I would never buy it. And I guess it would have been a good idea to get some information about the Salvation Army before contributing to the book. What if it was a book of Scientology? Would you buy it? Probably not. So better think about it again.
It ist very disappointing that Per doesn’t seem to know what he is doing :-(

Well, I can’t speak for the German SA, but the Swedish SA does one thing only, and that is helping poor people. They don’t condemn anyone and they don’t actively look up people either. As far as I know all the soldiers here are over 60 and up.

The bread is realy great, but the ilustrations are very ugly, and I’m not religious either, but never mind. :)


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