Danko Rye

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  • Available types: Whole Berry, Whole Grain
  • Grown by: Henry Martens in Tokio, TX
  • Flavor profile: bold aromas of cocoa and baking spice
  • Good for: breads, pasta
Danko Rye (or Dankowskie Nowe in Polish) was developed in 1976 by the Polish Plant Breeding Institute, Poznan, Poland. Our crop exhibits bold aromas of cocoa and baking spice, resulting in complex, earthy breads.

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    Good Rye Hard to Get

    I have been using this stone ground flour for 100% rye sourdough crumpets as well as adding the rye sourdough to my biscuits. The results are great!

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    Green Grits

    Fixed the green corn grits for my wife. She said that they were the best tasting, flavorful grits she ever had. Wonderful corn flavor

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    Makes me look like I know what I'm doing!

    The sourdough rye bread that I make with Danko Rye is amazing. It is a favorite with everyone. Even I can make a crowd-pleasing bread with it!

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    Perfect Rye

    I combined the Danko Rye with all purpose and it made the most perfect Rye bread.

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    sweet shirt, love it!

    Really really loved the Bloody Butcher

    Very flavorful and a beautiful color. Definitely on the buy again list

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    Valerie Anderson
    Happy in Port Aransas

    Shipping was fast. Love the products so far. Sent two of the three polenta and one flour to my daughter in Portland, Or. being a Texas girl she was happy to receive the goodies. Thank you for what you do.

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    Fredna Manney
    Great biscuits

    We hat a difference a flour made! The all purpose flour is wonderful in biscuits and Italian flat bread. The whole wheat made a fabulous pizza dough ….wow! Who knew?

    Love it

    I have used this flour for several different kinds of breads and cakes, and everything always turns out wonderfully.