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Old 02-06-2012, 01:10 PM   #11
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I used rye simply as it has the most beasties hanging around. I despise rye bread.

By the time this starter is ready it should be a white starter, with almost no rye left, and that will improve as time goes on and I continue to feed just white flour.
<Gasp!> Despise Rye??? <speechless>
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Old 02-06-2012, 01:11 PM   #12
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Leaves more for me...memo to self: Frank does not care for rye bread.
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Old 02-06-2012, 01:40 PM   #13
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<Gasp!> Despise Rye??? <speechless>
It is shocking isn't it. Wanna hear one that's worse? I have a Danish friend who is allergic to rye and doesn't like fish!
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<Gasp!> Despise Rye??? <speechless>

Somehow I think you will cope...

I especially despise that rye that has caraway seeds...
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It is shocking isn't it. Wanna hear one that's worse? I have a Danish friend who is allergic to rye and doesn't like fish!

Now that is just sacrilegious! And with that I was reminded to tell Son #1 to pick me up a lof of light rye bread. I forgot to get it yesterday. And I want to make a tomato and bacon sandwich.
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I'll take Frank's share. Oh darn. PF has first dibs on it. Well I will have some if it is light rye, or Swedish Rye as we call it here in New England. And I love marble rye. Our local C store usually doesn't carry it though. So I may have to settle for whole wheat. Bummer! Big Bummer!! Anything but white.
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Somehow I think you will cope...

I especially despise that rye that has caraway seeds...

It was just a shock at first...until I realized it left more for me, no competition from your quarter. A nice dark pumpernickel, WITH caraway, brown mustard and corned beef...I'd only have to wrestle for the corned beef
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It was just a shock at first...until I realized it left more for me, no competition from your quarter. A nice dark pumpernickel, WITH caraway, brown mustard and corned beef...I'd only have to wrestle for the corned beef
Stop! Stop! You are making me hungry!!!
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I'd only have to wrestle for the corned beef
Errmmm... not especially fond of corned beef either.
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He told me that he was not a picky eater when I met him. I've added it to the long list:

I'll call you in the city.
The check's in the mail.
I'm not a picky eater..

The list goes on and on.

I love rye bread AND corn beef.
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