Orindes was a bread made by the Ancient Greeks from rice flour.
It was also sometimes made from a small Ethiopian grain, which some sources speculate might have been teff.
Orindes was an expensive bread.
Literature & Lore
“And Sophocles makes mention of a loaf called orindes, in his Triptolemus, which has its name from being made of rice or from a grain raised in Ethiopia, which resembles seasamum.”
— From: Athenaeus of Naucratis. The Deipnosophists, or, Banquet of the learned of Athenæus. C.D Yonge, Translator. London: Henry G. Bohan. 1854. Volume I. Book III. Loaves. c. 75, page 183.
Occasionally referred to as “orinde”.