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Where in D.C. (or very close-in burbs) to buy rye bread?

Deborah R. | Jul 7, 201410:29 AM     15

Can anybody recommend a source of rye bread? Preferably seeded, and if they also have a marble rye, I will be thrilled.

I used to get a good (no-name) one from Snider's in Silver Spring, but haven't seen it there in a long time. Another no-name one I just purchased at Calvert-Woodley was way too salty.

I'm not ruling out a supermarket brand, as long as it has some density and chewiness -- as well as a pronounced rye flavor.

Is this an impossible dream in D.C.?

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