Tsitsel means breast in Yiddish, and this loaf is, well, breast-like in shape.
In some ways, it's the "purest" rye we sell, since there's no caraway seed (ground or otherwise) in the mix at all. Tsitsel bread has a cool, moist, chewy center and a nice crust, all of which makes it a great dinner bread. Better still, try it spread with sweet butter and smoked fish for Sunday brunch.
A nurturing way to start your day. Spread with Michigan Farm Butter and Early Glow Strawberry Preserves.