Sunday, June 17, 2018
Taste Test

Taste Test: rye bread

Even though we aren't making school lunches over the summer, we still often choose making sandwiches over cooking during the sweltering summer months. Wanting to switch it up a bit, our panelists tried six brands of rye breads from local grocery stores to see if any would make for a flavorful change in their routine sandwiches. Most were packaged brands although a couple came from grocery store bakeries. We chose Jewish rye bread, containing caraway seeds, when given an option.

Kathy Saunders, Times correspondent

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