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Nov 29, 2010 01:27 PM

Where to buy good fresh Rye bread?

not at a supermarket?

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    1. Thanks for the quick response. I will be right in that area at Barney Greengrass buying tongue to make sandwiches. I used to do tongue with eggs and onions. Now I've got Schwartz's mustard in the fridge asking to be put on rye with tongue.

      Barney Greengrass
      541 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10024

      1. Maybe out of your way but worth patronizing: Moshe's , 2nd Ave., 7th Street. Corn rye is especially good...and Orwasher's, on the UES.

        1. If you want a real Northern Euro type rye (not a Jewish rye, which really isnt rye) try Nordic breads @ the New Amsterdam market. Just like you get in Finland and boy is it tasty. Worth a detour.

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          1. re: MOREKASHA

            I Googled and found out that market is at 902 Peck Slip in the Financial District.

            Why do you say a Jewish rye "really isn't rye"? OK, nevermind. That would be an off-topic discussion on this board...