dark bread


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Noun1.dark bread - bread made with whole wheat flourdark bread - bread made with whole wheat flour  
bread, breadstuff, staff of life - food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
graham bread - bread made of graham (whole wheat) flour
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Estonian cuisine is known for its reliance on the staples of potatoes, pork, preserved fish, and dark bread.
Venison and red cabbage, frozen leaves, horseradish, crisp onion and spiced dark bread.
The glass of curds and blackcurrant jam is rich and generous, filled with thick cream and sticky fruit layered like Tiramisu, topped with whole blueberries, poppy seeds and crumbly dark bread.
We feasted on banitsa (a traditional egg pastry), homemade yogurt, fresh sheep cheese, bean soup and dark bread.
Among the choices include sausage salad and obazda traditional Bavarian cheese spread garnished with onion rings and house bread for appetizer while other specialties include frankfurter sausage with potato salad, baked Bavarian meatloaf and veal nuemberger sausages with sauerkraut and dark bread.
In the city centre, scores of intimate cafs serve a quick and filling Austrian lunch of dark bread and sausage.
One of the most popular soups is pea soup and, of course, hot dog - makkra keitto - soup, made from onions, beef broth, celery, potatoes, carrots, natural casing hot dogs with dark bread on the side; oh yes, and ice cold milk.
Like a rich dark bread, with chocolate, caramel and even some dark fruit," said Pete Reid.
I also like their Eggless Salad MIX for faux egg salad sandwiches (on dark bread or rye crackers, of course).
Voluntary dietary intake during the Transalp Challenge 2004 * Stage Time Foods Fluids 1 Prerace 1 dark bread, 1 pate 1 tea (tin), cereals (with hot water), 2 dried fruits Race 8 energy gels, 2 energy 3 L isotonic sports bars drink Postrace 2 bananas, salad, 3 Water (1.
Cold breakfast cereals were the largest source of whole grains, followed by brown rice, dark bread, and cooked oats.