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Where to find Triple Kimmel Rye?

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Wondering if anyone here has a recommendation for a bakery that sells good Triple Kimmel Rye Bread?

Doing an online search I came up with Future Bakery in the St. Lawrence Market, and Harbord Bakery... but wondered if anyone had any suggestions...?

Thanks!

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St. Lawrence Market
92 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E, CA

Harbord Bakery
115 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S, CA

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  1. The only good rye bread in the city -Canada? - is at Haymishe Bakery , Bathurst and Lawrence. Sometimes they have heavily kimmled rye.

    1. I'm not sure what you mean by "triple kimmel". I've been happy with the kimmel double rye from the What a Bagel at York Mills/Leslie. (This suggestion doesn't necessarily apply to other What a Bagel locations - the Yonge/Eglinton location has horrible rye breads.)

      1. Breadhouse in Pickering has an excellent rye with seeds, usually ready by 11 AM. closed Mondays.
        As far as I can determine, triple kimmel just means lots of carraway seeds

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        Breadhouse Bakery
        893 Bayly St, Pickering, ON L1W, CA

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        1. re: jayt90

          The triple kimmel rye at Future Bakery, which you've mentioned, is OK - I get it every now and then ($2.49) - but isn't particularly distinctive. There are at least a half dozen bakeries along or near Bathurst St., from Lawrence to Sheppard Ave., including the aforementioned Haymishe Bakery, that do rye with caraway seeds much better. I get mine at Bagel Plus, at Bathurst and Sheppard. From $3.25 to $4.95, depending on size.

        2. Thanks for the suggestions!

          I remember Haymishe when I lived in Ricmond Hill, so I will give the toronto location a try!

          1. try Harbord Bakery, on Habord, of course. they also do a great onion rye

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            Harbord Bakery
            115 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S, CA