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ISO Mini Slider buns

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I got some slider patties at the Hills Foods booth at Eat Vancouver.

Has anyone seen the buns?

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  1. superstore has them, and in both whole wheat and white

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    1. re: vandan

      I buy those too (IIRC they come in 24-pack, slightly oblong, in WW or white). IGA has them too. I think they're made locally by Victory Bakery(?), at any rate the packaging looks generic without any conspicuous branding. Entire bag is around $3-4.

      I get them for my 4-yr old as a hot dog bun, that way it's easier to control his portion size (and his expectation).

    2. Stong's has them, plus a wide variety of patties.

      1. Stuart's Bakery at Granville Island has them

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        1. re: islandgirl

          I saw them at Save On Foods in North Vancouver a couple of days ago, in white not sure about other grains.

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          1. re: foodisyum

            Low and behold, Safeway (Oakridge) had slider buns...lovely soft fluffy buns. I made "white kastle burgers",,,,delicious, as long as you weren't thinking about the cholesterol content.

            1. re: Quattrociocchi

              Thanks for all the info. So basically, it seems I can go to almost any neighbourhood and get them. Great, I'll serve them up to my out of town guest next week.!

          2. re: islandgirl

            I ended up with the Stuart's Bakery ones.

            They were brioche. Thanks islandgirl

          3. Moore's bakery in Kerrisdale (41st ave) has perfect slider buns and if you call ahead they will even make them with sesame seeds on top. They look adorable with a slice of baby gherkin speared on top with a toothpick.