Hanzas Maiznicas Rudzu Maize "Klasiska" Classic Dark Rye Bread, Product Of Latvia

Hanzas Maiznicas Rudzu Maize "Klasiska" Classic Dark Rye Bread, Product Of Latvia
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Hanzas Maiznicas Rudzu Maize "Klasiska" Classic Dark Rye Bread, Product Of Latvia

 

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Once upon a time every house in the country had its own recipe for baking classic Latvian Bread, whether for a fresh and aromatic loaf of brown or fine-rye bread. In order to preserve the best traditions today, Hanzas bakers talk to bakers and lovers of bread from the entire country. Today, owing to its meticulously refined recipe, Hanzas Maiznicas’ Classic Bread has become the most popular in Latvia.

 

There is bread whose flavour and taste are remembered from childhood. It reminds us of Sunday mornings and is the value of every Latvian family. We tend to call such bread –classic! The classic rye bread is baked following the best traditions of our ancestors. It stands out because of its sweet and bitter flavour, classic taste and natural look.

 

The word "bread" is associated in Russian culture with hospitality, bread being the most respected food .The tradition gave rise to the Russian word that expresses a person's hospitality: "khlebosolny".

Bread is the staple food in Europe, owing to its high levels of gluten, a source of protein. Gluten is a type of protein found in most grains, cereals, and breads.

Bread has a significance beyond mere nutrition. Fresh bread is prized for its taste, aroma, quality, appearance and texture. Retaining its freshness is important to keep it appetizing.

 

Rye bread is a type of bread made with various percentages of flour from rye grain. Rye bread contains a large amount of fiber and only a little fat. Rye bread does not create high spikes in blood sugar as white bread and other breads do. Pure rye bread contains only rye flour, without any wheat.

The pinnacle of Russian breads is Borodinsky, a dark bread sweetened with treacle and flavoured with coriander, named after the village near Moscow where a stand was made against Napoleon.


INGREDIENTS:

Rye flour (45.3%), water, wheat flour, sugar syrups, rye malt (2.4%), baley malt extract, wheat gluten, food salt, cumin, yeast

 

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