A type of wheat bread enhanced with the addition of cooked wild rice. The wild rice provides a delicious, nutty flavor and interesting texture to the bread. There are many variations of wild rice bread, which is popular in the United States, especially in the western Great Lakes region where wild rice is plentiful. The bread is often enriched with milk and oil or butter and some variations are flavored with molasses, brown sugar, or maple syrup. Wild rice bread is excellent for sandwiches, served as an accompaniment to a meal, or toasted and served as a breakfast item.
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