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Feb 7, 2008 03:22 PM

Where Do I Find White Bread?

Hi People, I am looking for a reliable GENERIC bakery that sells plain old white bread,sandwich bread, and dinner rolls. Please no Dominion or Loblaws, I would like it to be local preferably downtown west. Hard to find good white bread downt here. There seems to be alot of bakeries in town that do crazy breads....... which I like, but I am craving a fluffy white bread. Thanks Folks

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  1. Have you tried Asian bakeries?
    Bakery Nakamura in J-Town does a fairly good job, for example.

    1. Silverstein's on McCaul, north of Dundas. I believe that it was $2/loaf.

      1. Try Dimpflmeier's on Advance, east of Kipling. Their old-fashioned sliced white is the antithesis of gluey Wonderbread--great for sandwiches and toast. Lots of rolls, too.

          1. re: blue bike

            Blue Bike is correct - Cobs is an outstanding bakery; you'd barely think it a chain. Their personnel are genuinely proud of their products. Their white bread has both texture and taste, and comes with a seeded or unseeded crust. I use it for sandwich making for church functions all the time - and get rave reviews.

          2. It's in Etobicoke, but Hot Oven Bakery in Cloverdale Mall has the old fashioned white bread that is 1000x better than wonder bread

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            1. re: plavka

              Yeah, the standard white brick of bread from Cob's is excellent. My sis buys it for her kidlets and says it's the best one she's found.