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rye

 [ri]
the cereal plant Secale cereale, and its nutritious seed.

rye

(rī) [AS. ryge]
A cereal grass that produces a grain used in food and beverage production. When rye grain is infected with a certain fungus, ergot is produced.

Rye,

city in New York where the classification was first identified in 1965.
Rye classification - classification of Hodgkin disease according to lymphocyte predominance, nodular sclerosing, mixed cellularity, and lymphocyte depletion types.

rye

the cereal plant Secale cereale, and its nutritious seed. May be infected with clavicepspurpurea and cause poisoning.

rye ergot
see rye ergot.
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OUR ORDER Starters: Home potted salmon and crab, tarragon and lime butter with rye bread pounds 4, Chef's soup of the day pounds 4 Mains: Grilled sea bream fillet, Cajun lime seasoning, wilted Northumbrian leeks, saffron and tomato dressing pounds 11.
tries to keep it as old-school as possible: Surprisingly, it uses rye bread in the sandwich instead of something more mainstream like sourdough or basic French bread.
Reduced-sugar baked beans on a slice of toasted rye bread.
A 120-pound runner would not be able to consume 17 slices of rye bread with four hours to go before a long run.
For the most succulent of dining experiences, Chef Hakan Thor recommends the tasting menu, which features an appetizer plate of crab terrine, wild duck and mustard on rye bread, and salt-and-pepper-marinated beef.
The signature club wrap features smoked turkey, imported Swiss and apple wood bacon on fresh rye bread.
In addition, on a world-wide basis, Danes are among the most enthusiastic eaters of rye bread.
Sourdough is used in the manufacture of rye bread to obtain the desired texture and typical sour and malty flavor, particularly of the bread crumb.
There are three types of cereal, whole wheat and rye bread for toast, bagels, muffins, fresh fruit, as well as juice, and coffee, tea and milk.
The diets of the healthy "primitives" Price studied were all very different: In the Swiss village where Price began his investigations, the inhabitants lived on rich dairy products--unpasteurized milk, butter, cream and cheeseo-dense rye bread, meat occasionally, bone broth soups, and the few vegetables they could cultivate during the short summer months.
VEGETARIAN (NO EGGS/DAIRY): oatmeal, oatmeal fixin's (raisins, brown sugar, sliced banana), juice, English muffin, grits, applesauce, fresh fruit, frozen strawberries, jelly (all flavors), nut and fruit topping, fruit syrups, baked potato topped with salsa, marinara sauce, sauteed mushrooms, grilled onions and peppers, barbecue sauce, guacamole, vegetable plates, seasoned fries, sauerkraut, dressings (Light Italian, reduced French, Oriental dressing, oil and vinegar), light rye bread, bagel, boule bread