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Looking for some good ol' pumpernickel

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Hi all, when I was younger I used to be able to get some good pumpernickel (dark in colour and not the brown pseudo-one now found in some bakeries like Première Moisson) but not as of recent.

I know there's some at PA Supermarché near Atwater, but I am looking for the really dense & chewy stuff, not too soft & spongy (and not too many unpronouncable ingredients!)

Please help :) Looking forward to some good sandwiches in the near future.

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  1. all the 'jewish' bakeries have good crisp pumpernickles. try fressers on decarie.

    1. How about le Petit Munich in Pierrefonds? http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/633724

      I'm surprised to hear Première Moisson even making pumpernickel; I thought the closest bread to that they carry is a 100% rye bread.