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It doesn't matter if you live in North America, Europe, Asia or Africa, bread will always have a special place on all our dinner tables.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pumpernickel

Pumpernickel is a typically heavy, slightly sweet rye bread traditionally made with sourdough starter and coarsely ground rye.

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Apr 6, 2015 ... ... I take a look at the peculiar history of the word pumpernickel — a kind of German bread with an origin that turns out to be downright devilish.

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Apr 8, 2015 ... Pumpernickel is a type of rye bread that is originally from Germany. The origin of the word is pretty entertaining: It's a German word that comes ...

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Jul 13, 2007 ... Is pumpernickel bread so named because a Frenchman derisively declared it was 'pain pour Nicol'?

www.kitchenproject.com/history/Bread/Pumpernickel/index.htm

Jan 29, 2012 ... There are two different ideas on who invented the Caesar Salad. The first ... Pumpernickel is a bread originated from the Westphalian region of ...

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Pumpernickel is a bread that is traditional in the Westphalia region of Germany. Pumpernickel is very dark brown, almost black at times, with a heavy, coarse, dense texture and almost no crust. ... Nutrition Facts. Per 1 slice, 50g, Holzheuser  ...

www.angelfire.com/journal/pondlilymill/pumpernickel.html

That variety of rye bread called "pumpernickel: has been known by the name for centuries, but no one knows to a certainty the origin of the word. Webster ...

www.thekitchn.com/whats-the-difference-light-rye-83946

May 7, 2009 ... As bread bakers, the differences between these four breads has been a real source of confusion for us. They often seem to be used ...

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pumpernickel

Define pumpernickel: a dark coarse sourdough bread made of unbolted rye flour. ... Origin and Etymology of pumpernickel. German, from pumpern to break wind ...