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Several Hebrew words are used for 'cakes,' and they are often said to be mingled with oil. Those presented as a meat offering were to be unleavened, as typifying the Lord Jesus in His perfect humanity begotten of the Holy Spirit. Leviticus 2:4 ; Leviticus 7:12 ; etc. Ephraim (that is Israel) is compared to 'a cake not turned,' Hosea 7:8 , as unpalatable, like the lukewarm, 'neither hot nor cold,' of Revelation 3:16 .

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Morrish, George. Entry for 'Cakes '. Morrish Bible Dictionary. 1897.

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