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Rye Bread Craving
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Hi guys,

I'm soooo craving rye bread...oh, I used to love it.

Anyone have a recipe that remindes you of "the real thing."

I used to eat those onion hamburger-type buns too. (I think they are made by Pepperidge Farm Bakery)...they have black flakes of onion on top. Anyone know what I'm talking about?

I would really appreciate any recipes that may ease my craving for these "specialty breads."

Thanks so much! :) -Julie

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Hi Sweetie!!

I have had no luck finding anything "whole grainy" I think the first loaf of bread I attempted to make was a Bob's Red Mill bread mix and it made me gag. It was atrocious!

I wish you luck! Will check back to see if someone has found something:)

lovelove

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Mr. Ritts in Philadelphia had a really good gluten-free rye bread. I think you could google 'em and find some!

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Thanks ladies! Ya'll are awesome B)

I think I may order both brands since they come so highly recommended!

I may go ahead and stock up on some other food too...hate to spend the money, but I still can't find my dam* cookbooks. <_< (excuse my language) :P

Collette,

Thank you darling. :)

Happy gluten-free baking...I'm going cybershopping! -Julie

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Whenever I want a "rye" type bread, I just add caraway seed to a bread recipe. That's the major distinguishing part of the flavor of rye bread anyway. If you want a dark, whole grain, add t'eff and/or buckwheat flour to your recipe. I've also added onion, which does taste nice IMHO.

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Thanks ladies! Ya'll are awesome B)

I think I may order both brands since they come so highly recommended!

I may go ahead and stock up on some other food too...hate to spend the money, but I still can't find my dam* cookbooks. <_< (excuse my language) :P

Collette,

Thank you darling. :)

Happy gluten-free baking...I'm going cybershopping! -Julie

If you're going to order from The Grainless Baker, I would also highly recommend ordering the graham crackers and the cinnamon raisin bread. Those are my other favorites from them.

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Oh, I LOVE cin./raisin bread! :D

I also love country/southern biscuits, cheese bread, zuchinni muffins...yummy.

Riceguy,

I was wondering about the caraway seed. I was going to google it yesterday to confirm it was gluten-free. I'll gladly take your advice! B)

I wasn't sure if I'd get any responses to this thread; I'm so tickled you all offered suggestions. ;)

Happy baking. -Julie

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Hi,

I've been lurking here for quite some time. When I saw this thread I just had to post my recipe for Mock Rye Bread. It's an adaptation of Lorka's bread. Thanks, Lorka. :D

Hope this helps.

Mock Rye Bread

This is so, so close to the German onion rye bread I remember from when I was a kid. The company stopped making it, so I haven't had it in years.

Dry Ingredients:

1 1/4 C gluten-free flour (sorghum, amaranth, buckwheat, brown/white rice flour - or a combination - I usually use sorghum or amaranth)

1 C starch (arrowroot, tapioca starch, or any combination of arrowroot, tapioca starch, potato starch or cornstarch

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Thanks so much myst! I'm glad you started posting...welcome! :)

I need to buy some of the ingredients, but this is a recipe I will definitely print and try!

Before I went gluten-free, I used to eat rye bread quite frequently. Since this time, I've kept myself distracted with other breads.

But now, my rye craving can't be denied! :rolleyes:

Happy baking. -Julie

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I just copied the recipe and will try it, I how hope it will help me stop missing my German rye bread so much!

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Whenever I want a "rye" type bread, I just add caraway seed to a bread recipe. That's the major distinguishing part of the flavor of rye bread anyway. If you want a dark, whole grain, add t'eff and/or buckwheat flour to your recipe. I've also added onion, which does taste nice IMHO.

This is what I do as well. I also add a tablespoon of molasses for a richer color and flavor.

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I have bought two different kinds of faux rye bread. One was very good the first time I tried it. After that, I could not get a loaf to bake right. Remained wet inside. :angry:

I didn't try the other one because it had milk in it and we're allergic to milk.

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Trader Joe's makes a really good gluten-free Ryeless Rye (especially when it's toasted).

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Funny, I've been craving rye bread too. I rarely ate it pre-gluten-free, but for some reason it's just been on my mind lately :)

Gonna have to print this recipe and give it a try.

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