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[mass noun] Bread made with rye flour, typically dark in colour and with a dense, chewy texture.
- ‘Frightened, they ran away but returned shortly after to the soldier with a loaf of rye bread and a round of white bread.’
- ‘‘Enjoy,’ he said, then quickly turned around and went back into the kitchen to finish the Smirnoff's order of cherry pie, one loaf of rye bread, and a small slice of cheesecake.’
- ‘As a matter of fact, Austria's loaves of rye bread, with their crispy crust, can hardly be found anywhere else, even in Toronto, where you can generally find foods from all over the world.’
- ‘She whisked it away a second later and handed a turkey, lettuce, and mozzarella cheese sandwich on rye bread to Etria.’
- ‘Some whole rye bread would be better breakfast fare’
- ‘In a study published in the Journal of Nutrition, the effects of eating white bread and rye bread on cholesterol levels in men were compared.’
- ‘The Facts of Life crew introduced me to brownies and rye bread.’
- ‘But then you run into a contrast problem… toasted rye bread isn't much darker than untoasted rye bread.’
- ‘Nothing is better than a smoky pork shoulder on some rye bread, with some mayonnaise and a slice of onion…,’ Wall said.’
- ‘Compared to those made from wheat, rye bread has been shown to instigate less insulin secretion, which makes it better breakfast fare.’
- ‘We both relished the dark rye bread and nutty ciabatta slices with this first course.’
- ‘The heavy wool blankets held off the chill of the bare stone floor, and the cool cellar had ensured the quality of the recently stocked food, including fresh apples, a heavy loaf of rye bread, and a tray of meats and cheeses.’
- ‘You could get four of those for £4 and that's lunch for two, except it would be a pity not to have thin buttered rye bread along with them.’
- ‘Serve triangles of rye bread on the side, buttered if you must.’
- ‘Be sure to have plenty of thinly sliced and buttered rye bread, freshly ground pepper and wedges of lemon near by.’
- ‘She took out a loaf of rye bread and a block of cheese wrapped in more paper.’
- ‘Ivan cast a look at the table set with demijohns of homemade wine and crusty loaves of rye bread.’
- ‘I eat rye bread and wholemeal pitta, brown rice and porridge flavoured with organic honey.’
- ‘Rye is low in gluten, the substance which gives wheat bread its light, elastic texture; so rye bread is always rather dense.’
- ‘Ideally, buy the moist, dark Austrian-style whole-grain rye bread that is sold in pre-sliced 500g blocks.’
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