Jaela: I'm going to name mine Ruth!
Macey: Mine is Clara.
Anya: My doll's name is Jezebel, but when she gets in trouble, I'll call her Jezebella.
Me: Isaak, what are you going to name your bear?
Isaak: (shouting) MINE!
"My portion. My cup. My lot is secure. My heart can be at peace. My Father is in charge. How simple!" -- Elisabeth Elliot
Phosphorus in the bran of whole grains is tied up in a substance called phytic acid. Phytic acid combines with iron, calcium, magnesium, copper and zinc in the intestinal tract, blocking their absorption. Whole grains also contain enzyme inhibitors that can interfere with digestion. Traditional societies usually soak or ferment their grains before eating them, processes that neutralize phytates and enzyme inhibitors and, in effect, predigest grains so that all their nutrients are more available. (Sally Fallon, Nourishing Traditions, p. 25)