Paderborn country bread

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A slice of Paderborn country bread

Paderborn country bread is a generic term for a light mixed rye bread . It has a strong taste and is full-sided, pushed on both sides or baked in a box.

It belongs to the mixed rye breads and is related to the commissary bread . The bread is especially popular because of its juicy, medium-bitter taste and its long shelf life. The latter has also led to its spread outside of Paderborn , for example as packaged bread in supermarket chains.

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ IREKS Arkady Institute for Bakery Science (ed.): IREKS ABC of the bakery. 4th edition. Institute for Bakery Science, Kulmbach 1985.