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Sourdough bread?

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tda Feb 1, 2013 06:42 AM

Where can I find it near Champlin?

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  1. splatgirl RE: tda Feb 2, 2013 11:47 AM

    It depends on your standards and what you mean by sourdough and bread. Lunds/Byerlys bakery would have something labeled as such, but it's a very poor example. Probably whatever you could find at Super Target likewise.
    The closest possibility I can think of would be Chez Arnaud in Maple Grove or Plymouth. Most of their breads are not naturally leavened, but IIRC they do a few varieties. Their baking schedule and availability varies by day.

    The only real (and good) artisan sourdoughs I have had here are Patisserie 46 and Rustica. Both in Mpls.

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      tda RE: splatgirl Feb 4, 2013 07:31 AM

      That's funny. My google search gave me Patieerie 46 where I went on Friday. The lunch items looked pretty good as well.

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      steve_in_stpaul RE: tda Feb 2, 2013 12:00 PM

      I'm not familiar with the food coops in your area, but many of the coops closer to the cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul carry Saint Agnes bakery's sourdough loaves. There is Grass Roots Coop in Anoka. Might be worth calling them.

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