It is a healthy alternative to white bread, containing lots of fibres, and being more dense and compact, which saves space in the lunchbox.
We here in Denmark traditionally have rather fat and unhealthy foods, but one thing we do have, which is suitable for the modern way of living healthy, is this ryebread.
I did however find, when I went to Seattle last year, that at least most Americans do not know about this high-fiber type of bread.
Instructables.com, which seems to have mostly american users, with a strong focus on health, seemed like a perfect place to introduce it.
I have been eating this type of bread my whole life, and therefore I'm used to it, so this is also a test to see if anyone who is not used to it, will actually find it tasty.
This instructable will be a recipe for a very basic type of ryebread.
It will be of a somewhat simple, somewhat quick-to-do, somewhat healthy, and somewhat tasty type.
The reason for this is that you can tweak and change the recipe in a thousand ways, and I am hoping that some of you will come to like it, and experiment with it, until you find the combination YOU like the best. I will have a list of possible extra ingredients and combinations at the end of the instructable.