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Source for good dark bread in Seattle

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LemonyRoux Jul 22, 2013 02:47 PM

Does anyone know of a bakery is Seattle that makes a good dark bread?

I'm thinking something along the lines of the whole grain loaves they serve at the Tillicum Village Salmon Bake (which I understand are made in Coeur d'Alene!). I would love to find a source for a similar type bread without having to trek over to Blake Island!

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  1. paulj RE: LemonyRoux Jul 22, 2013 03:51 PM

    The one described as?
    Warm Whole Grain Tillicum Bread - This rich, dark, slightly-sweet bread is made with a hint of molasses – our own private recipe, served warm with butter. So popular, in fact, you can even purchase loaves to take home.

    http://www.argosycruises.com/about-us...

    Is a coarse bread (with whole or cracked grains and seeds), or just dark. Some NW bakeries used sell a dark bread called 'squaw bread' - it is still made, but with a more pc name.

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      christy319 RE: LemonyRoux Jul 22, 2013 04:08 PM

      Is a good pumpernickel close? Tall Grass makes one.

      I clicked on the menu link and...they don't try and pass that off as traditional NW Indian food, do they? Bison with veal stock? Wild rice? etc etc.

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        Leper RE: LemonyRoux Jul 22, 2013 04:15 PM

        LR, Every Saturday morning, Metropolitan Market gets in dark loaf bread from Paris. Along with some water, you could sustain life with this stuff.

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          gingershelley RE: Leper Jul 24, 2013 03:00 PM

          That would be the poilane Bread, me thinks. It's not much like the softer, dark 'squaw' bread (that name really has a non-PC vibe these days, doesn't it? Ouch).

          You used to be able to get a bread like that at Poulsbo bakery - you might call them; they send bread to a few outposts....

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