View Full Version : Do you know what is real RYE-BREAD?
I have noticed that all people (except Latvia or maybe some other country) in the world are eating only white bread. Is that is so? http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/privateeye.gif
No sometimes I eat black toast!
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[ 20. February 2005, 22:58: Message edited by: Henhead ]
When I was in UK I asked for REAL RYE-BREAD and they said - "What?" They could offer only white one...
LOL HH :D
Apofiss, I think you were just in a limited shop, of course you can get all kinds of bread here. For myself, I only ever eat Wholemeal baked in the shop.
It seems like what we call here "brown bread". No Apofiss... We are not coming from the outer space. I guess the rye-bread is not that rare :D
Originally posted by ELEN:
It seems like what we call here "brown bread". No Apofiss... We are not coming from the outer space. I guess the rye-bread is not that rare :D LOL! I'm just were curious :D http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif
Well, you do not find rye-bread easily in England. There are a few shops around that sell it, but then they usually stock only one kind of rye-bread.
In Germany we have loads of different kinds. :(
Two of the shops where I usually do get some are German btw.(or at least from a European country)
Actually, to be fair I should say "in Derby" and not "in England", sorry http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/redface.gif
[ 21. February 2005, 19:14: Message edited by: GABI ]
lidl and aldi by any chance>
hehe, how did you guess?? http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/c-2.gif
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