jewish rye :
- n (Judaism) bread made with rye flour; usually contains caraway seeds
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- Rye’s Rise: New Loaves That Are More Than a Vehicle for Pastrami
To most New Yorkers, rye bread means Jewish rye. But these days, Jewish rye is a mere shadow of its former self, at least according to old-time noshers, with so little actual rye character (not to mention rye flour) that the bread-eating populace most closely associates its flavor with its caraway-seed garnish. But all is not lost on the rye-bread front. Thanks to a confluence of factors—the ...
Sept. 16, 2013 - New York Magazine