Rye Bread


Rye Bread -

As sold in this country, is generally part rye and part wheat flour, sometimes flavored and sprinkled with caraway seeds.

Full rye bread is heavy in character owing both to the general manner of its manufacture and to a peculiarity of the gluten of rye flour, and has an aromatic taste independent of the flavor of the caraway seed, etc., added in baking. It is a very important article of diet in Germany and the principal staple food in Russia.


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