Brigham YoungMothers, keep the children from eating meat; and let them eat vegetables that are fully matured, not unripe, and bread that is well baked, not soft. Do not put your loaf into the oven with a fire hot enough to burn it before it is baked through, but with a slow heat, and let it remain until it is perfectly baked; and I would prefer, for my own eating, each and every loaf to be not thicker than my two hands – you tell how thick they are – and I would want the crust as thick as my hand. 
D&C 89:14-15All grain is … to be the staff of life, not only for man, but for the beasts of the field, and the fowls of heaven, and all wild animals that creep on the earth; And these hath God made for the use of man only in times of famine and excess hunger.
D&C 89:16All grain is good for the food of man, as also the fruit of the vine; that which yeildeth fruit, whether in the ground or above the ground;
- ↑ Brigham Young, Journal of Discourses, Vol. 19, p. 68 – p. 69, Brigham Young, July 19, 1877