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Sep 2, 2007 06:50 AM

potato bread...where?

Hello CH-ers

Does anyone know where I can find potato breads and rolls besides Thuet's variation?

I've checked out a range of places in the GTA with no luck. I especically love Martin's potato rolls, but I can't even find these in Buffalo. Does anyone know where to find any potato bread products?


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  1. My Market Bakery in Kensington Market has a potato rosemary loaf that's great.

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    1. re: Moonsammy

      I second My Market Bakery. They also sell potato bagels I believe.

      My Market Bakery
      184 Baldwin St, Toronto, ON M5T, CA

      1. re: xtal

        I love those potato breads from My Market, so moist. Although I'm pretty sure they're smaller than they were 6 months ago. I love to eat them with a little butter.

    2. Fred's Bread also does one. I've seen it at All the Best Fine Foods and sometimes Summerhill Market, and Pusateri's. St. John's is also very good.

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        1. My local Sobeys carries both Potato Foccaccia loaves and Potato Focaccia Rolls. Both are excellent.

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            1. re: estufarian

              The Sobey's near my place (Mt. Pleasant and Eglinton) has potato/chive bread, I think. Pretty good, considering the source.

            2. Every Sobey's store carries a variation of poato bread / potato roll. Choose one, any one. Delicious stuff! Mine has a potato and cheddar bread sometimes, potato and scallion bread at others, and a potato and rosemary bread frequently as well.

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              1. re: Bueno

                The Thin Blue Line cheese shop on Roncesvalles has a great potato bread. It's amazing with the Guiness cheddar they sell as well.

                1. re: jamesm

                  Are all of these potato breads wheat free?

                  1. re: dlw88

                    potato bread generally has mashed potato added to a white bread base, so no.