Today rye bread is loved all over the world. But it is not known whether this product would exist in our time, if not for Rusichi. After all, in ancient times in its homeland (and this is southern Europe, Middle and Asia Minor), rye was considered a weed.
According to one of the legends, the author of the recipe of Borodino bread is the Russian composer Alexander Borodin (author of the opera "Prince Igor"). Another legend claims that the authors of the recipe for this bread were nuns who lived in a monastery near the famous Borodino field. The truth is that it is Borodino bread in the whole world called "Russian".
Rye 71%, 29% wheat flour, water, rye malt, sugar, yeast, salt, coriander. Borodino bread can rightfully be ranked among the most popular food products, which are in great demand not only among the majority of the inhabitants of the Russian Federation, but also in countries that were formerly part of the USSR.