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brown bread

any bread made of flour darker in color than bolted wheat flour, especially graham or whole wheat bread.
Origin of brown bread
1350-1400; Middle English Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The ordinary human being would sooner starve than live on brown bread and raw carrots.
  • Paired with hearty brown bread, this cheese makes an excellent snack.
  • Fill up at breakfast provided at your lodging and consider simple yet filling starters such as soup with brown bread for lunch.
  • Or the hot dog and baked beans, the brown bread and cut-up spaghetti with tomato sauce that our group shared.
  • All meals start with a plate of homemade coarse brown bread still warm from the oven being brought to your table.
  • Its seeds were ground into a meal that made excellent brown bread.
  • Beyond brown bread and oatmeal cookies: new directions for historic kitchens.
  • Be sure to read the labels because not all brown bread is whole wheat.
  • Mix well and spread between alternate slices of white and brown bread that have been lightly buttered.

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