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  • Depending upon where you live, your boulangerie will also sell pain complet (whole wheat), semolina bread (gruau), pain aux olives, pain de seigle (rye bread), pain à la bière (beer bread), bread with raisins or other fruits, or bread with almost any other ingredients that you could imagine.

    JOIE DE VIVRE

  • Plus de batteurs de seigle ici, plus de faucheurs,

    Brittany & Its Byways

  • [2] Froissart says 'le seigle, le retrait et la paille,' 'the rye, the bran and the straw.'

    Chronicle and Romance (The Harvard Classics Series)

  • ’ The translator’s French text had ‘le seigle, le retraict de la paille.

    Wat Tyler’s Rebellion. How the Commons of England Rebelled against the Noblemen

  • Froissart says ‘le seigle, le retrait et la paille, ’ ‘the rye, the bran and the straw.

    Wat Tyler’s Rebellion. How the Commons of England Rebelled against the Noblemen

  • Note: Froissart says 'le seigle, le retrait et la paille,' 'the rye, the bran and the straw.'

    The Chronicles of Froissart

  • Metres long, the pine top has quarters of pain de seigle, or rye flour loaves, that have a single cut through them and a menu cunningly inserted.

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  • You get two types of bread with it: the pale pain de seigle and a baguette a l'ancienne with a fine crust and an airy crumb.

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  • The translator's French text had 'le seigle, le retraict de la paille.' and drink water: they dwell in fair houses, and we have the pain and travail, rain and wind in the fields; and by that that cometh of our labours they keep and maintain their estates: we be called their bondmen, and without we do readily them service, we be beaten; and we have no sovereign to whom we may complain, nor that will hear us nor do us right.

    The Chronicles of Froissart

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