Ryman Rye Berries

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This modern rye variety is mainly used agriculturally for forage, and fall/winter erosion control; Texas farmers utilize this rye as part of their regenerative rotations. Compared to traditional Texas rye cover varieties, Ryman exudes more flavor and function.

If you're used to our Wrens Abruzzi Rye, you can utilize Ryman Rye in the same fashion.  It exhibits a darker color, but has a similar flavor and aroma while achieving comparable performance.


This is a mild rye. If you are looking for a stronger rye, try our Danko Rye.
  • Grown in:Joshua, TX by Farmer Jerod Crawford of Enger Farms
  • Available types: Whole Berry, Whole Grain Flour  Learn more.
  • Protein:  Protein % is not indicative of rye’s baking performance, therefore we do not test for it.  Learn more.
  • Flavor profile: mild spice level; still good for savory applications
  • We love it added to: Breads,Brownies, Cookies, Distilling, Pancakes, Pasta, Pastries, Pie Crust, Rolls, Sourdough Starter (makes your starter more active), Tarts

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    Elizabeth Scott
    Great rye!

    Used this rye for the first time. UsuallyI use Abruzzi rye but this gave my Einkorn Deli Rye a really overall good rye flavor. Glad I decided to try it. Not to bold.

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    Sharon Gorospe
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    Awesome and timely service. Thanks

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    Elizabeth Scott
    Great rye!

    Used this rye for the first time. UsuallyI use Abruzzi rye but this gave my Einkorn Deli Rye a really overall good rye flavor. Glad I decided to try it. Not to bold.