Traditional Jewish Rye Bread is an endangered species. We're one of the last bakeries making the real deal in America.
To make our Caraway Rye, we start with the same dough as we use for our Jewish Rye. We use plenty of freshly milled rye flour (believe it or not, most "rye bread" sold in America contains very little rye flour), a natural sour rye starter (not the usual canned shortcuts), organic wheat flour, and lots of time to let the dough develop. While the Jewish Rye has a bit of ground caraway mixed in, this loaf takes the caraway component up to 11. We've put plenty of whole caraway seeds into and on top of this loaf. If you like caraway, you're in for a treat.
This handmade bread's ingredients are organic wheat flour (organic wheat, malted barley), water, organic Michigan whole rye flour, whole caraway, sea salt, yeast, and ground caraway.
"Your caraway rye is the best I've ever had, it's more than love, I'm addicted to that stuff. I dream about that bread. You don't have to put anything on it, I just eat it by itself."
Barbara, Key Biscayne, FL
Heat the bread when you're ready to eat. Click here for instructions.