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Pumpernickel is a typically heavy, slightly sweet rye bread traditionally made with coarsely ... The Oxford English Dictionary does not commit to any particular etymology for the word. It suggests i...

So, Pumpernickel Bread Was Named After A Farting Devil

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Apr 8, 2015 ... You've probably eaten pumpernickel bread many times before, but do ... like what the hell are capers and where does vanilla really come from?

Etymology of Pumpernickel : snopes.com

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Jul 13, 2007 ... Is pumpernickel bread so named because a Frenchman derisively ... it should come from noting that the word "pumpernickel" was part of the ...

What's the Difference? Light Rye, Dark Rye, Pumpernickel, and ...

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May 7, 2009 ... Light Rye: This bread is made using white rye flour ground from the center endosperm of the rye berry. This flour does not contain any of the ...

what does pumpernickel mean in german? | Yahoo Answers

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Aug 18, 2009 ... i know its not the bread it has something to with the devil. and the word before it is like 5 letters long but i have no idea what it is. Does anyone ...

Origin of Pumpernickel - Angelfire

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That variety of rye bread called "pumpernickel: has been known by the name for ... Webster defines it "a sort of bread, made of unbolted rye, which forms the ...

Pumpernickel | Definition of Pumpernickel by Merriam-Webster

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Define pumpernickel: a heavy and dark type of bread made from rye. ... a dark coarse sourdough bread made of unbolted rye flour. See pumpernickel defined for English-language ... ransom "We do not pay ransom" · redact That's classified.

Etymology of 'Pumpernickel' | Irregardless Magazine

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Sep 4, 2012 ... There's a myth circulating around that pumpernickel bread is named after ... heads and wondering what Santa Claus has to do with the Devil).

Why Are Rye & Pumpernickel Breads Better for You? - Livestrong.com

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Dec 18, 2013 ... Rye and pumpernickel breads contain more fiber than white bread. ... Whole- grain rye flour contains more soluble fiber than does its ...

Russian Rye Bread vs. Pumpernickel | LIVESTRONG.COM

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Jan 28, 2015 ... Russian rye bread and pumpernickel are dense, dark-colored breads that have a pungent flavor ... Does Pumpernickel Bread Make You Fat?

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The history of Pumpernickel Bread - The Kitchen Project

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Jan 29, 2012 ... Pumpernickel is a bread originated from the Westphalian region of Germany, the traditional is made of ... Come into the kitchen and let's make

Pumpernickel Bread - German Food Guide & Directory

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Pumpernickel is a traditional Westphalian whole-grain bread made from rye flour and coarse rye meal. ... Where did the name "Pumpernickel" come from?

The Straight Dope: What's the origin of "pumpernickel"?

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Dec 18, 2001 ... Over the years I've heard two origins for the word 'pumpernickel.' Both seem ... One claims that it was Napoleon proclaiming the bread was only fit for his horse, Nicol. ... Though the SDSAB does its best, these columns are edited by Ed Zotti, not Cecil, ... How come some U.S. passports are different colors?