Real Life Data Visualization: A Manual Dissection of Rye Bread

Real Life Data Visualization: A Manual Dissection of Rye Bread

Sara Krugman and Momo Miyazaki are currently studying at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design in Denmark, where they created a visualization of danish rye bread as part of their studies. They are both obsessed with details.

The Table of Danish Rye Bread Elements is an exploration of the contents and nutrients of various seed-heavy rye loaves. Both of us are from the United States, where we have bountiful amounts of glutinous baked goods. We recently moved to Denmark, where rye bread, or rugbrød, is the base for traditional sandwiches. Its nutritional value and complexity are incomparable to our beloved New York bagels.

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