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Is There Any Real Old-Fashioned Sourdough Jewish Rye Bread on Long Island?

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therealdoctorlew Dec 29, 2009 03:59 PM

The heavy stuff. Not fluffy. Not caramel-colorized white bread with caraway seeds. I want that dense bread that fights back when you try to chew the crust. I'm in northern Nassau County, but I could drive quite a distance if I knew it would be worth it. And I'd go for some of the real corn rye, too.

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    psycomp RE: therealdoctorlew Dec 31, 2009 11:30 AM

    Find a Bread Alone booth at a NY Greenmarket. Their Sourdough Rye is very good.

    http://www.breadalone.com/certificate...

    http://whatisfresh.com/users/25

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      queenscook RE: psycomp Dec 31, 2009 02:21 PM

      I was unimpressed by Bread Alone's sourdough. I could barely detect any tangy taste at all in the loaf I bought on Thanksgiving (in other words, fairly recently).

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        psycomp RE: queenscook Jan 5, 2010 10:11 AM

        They have a few sourdough loaves, which did you buy? I've found some of them quite "tangy". Did you buy the pre-sliced bread or the whole loaves?

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          queenscook RE: psycomp Jan 5, 2010 12:31 PM

          Presliced, but I can't recall the exact name. I'm pretty sure it was at least partially whole grain. We ate a couple of slices and wound up throwing the rest out.

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      melly RE: therealdoctorlew Dec 31, 2009 01:47 PM

      My husband could send you some! http://cookingschmooking.blogspot.com...

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