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Rye Berries

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What is it?

Rye berries, featured in the Rye Berry Succotash with Mixed Vegetables recipe, are berries in the same way that farro is a kind of wheat berry—in other words, a whole grain. Light green in color, rye berries are nutty and a little sweet with the subtle flavor of rye and a texture, when cooked, that’s pleasantly chewy.

How to prep:

Cook rye berries in ample salted water until tender. You can use them in place of brown rice or other whole grains for something a little different.

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