rye bread


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rye bread

n.
Bread made partially or entirely from rye flour.
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rye bread

n
1. (Cookery) any of various breads made entirely or partly from rye flour, often with caraway seeds
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rye′ bread′


n.
bread that is made either entirely or partly from rye flour, often with caraway seeds.
[1570–80]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rye bread - any of various breads made entirely or partly with rye flourrye bread - any of various breads made entirely or partly with rye 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
black bread, pumpernickel - bread made of coarse rye flour
Jewish rye, Jewish rye bread - (Judaism) bread made with rye flour; usually contains caraway seeds
limpa - a rye bread made with molasses or brown sugar
Swedish rye, Swedish rye bread - a moist aromatic yeast-raised bread made with rye flour and molasses and orange rind
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Translations
خُبْز الجاوْدار
žitný chléb
rugbrød
ruisleipä
rozskenyér
rúgbrauî
ライ麦パン
ražný chlieb
rågbröd
çavdar ekmeği

rye bread

npane m di segale
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

rye

(rai) noun
a kind of cereal.
rye bread
a kind of bread made with flour made from rye.
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References in classic literature ?
When the products of Scotland were all exhausted except the rye bread the old man unwound me from the table leg and played me outside like a fisherman plays a salmon.
Jelinek kept rye bread on hand and smoked fish and strong imported cheeses to please the foreign palate.
The last time they had had a big basket with them and all their Christmas marketing to do--a roast of pork and a cabbage and some rye bread, and a pair of mittens for Ona, and a rubber doll that squeaked, and a little green cornucopia full of candy to be hung from the gas jet and gazed at by half a dozen pairs of longing eyes.
A moment later, there stood upon the table a loaf of rye bread, a slice of bacon, some wrinkled apples and a jug of beer.
* Cream of potato soup, turkey and Swiss on rye bread, mixed fruit, three-bean salad, lettuce, tomato, cookie
Manuka on toast: take a slice of rye bread, slather on your Manuka honey and top with sliced banana.
OUTSIDE of Scandinavia, rye bread can be a bit of a niche proposition.
IT'LL FILL YOU UP FOR LONGER SPEAKING of appetite, a study in Sweden, where rye bread is widely consumed, found that eating it as part of your breakfast not only makes you feel less hungry before lunch, but even has a knock-on effect ively, rye bread can help control your appetite and leave you feeling satiated all day, which should put it in pole position as your breakfast of choice ahead of a trying day - or if you know someone's scheduled a pesky lunchtime meeting.
You'll use this starter in the recipe for Sourdough Rye Bread (see Page 27).
ISLAMABAD -- Consuming wholegrains such as a slice of rye bread or a bowl of oat porridge daily can prevent the development of Type-2 diabetes, a study said.
Eating a bowl of porridge or slice of rye bread every day reduces a person's risk of developing type 2 diabetes, new research suggests.