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Whole grain rye is closely related to barley and wheat, but has more soluble dietary fiber than both. Rye is typically used to make rye bread, including pumpernickel, a type of German sourdough bread. Rye can also be used to make crisp breads, which are popular in Scandinavian countries. Rye breads and pumpernickels are known for their characteristic dark color, sweet dark chocolate coffee flavor, and earthy aroma.