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Lithuanian or Latvian Rye Bread

maggiekast Oct 23, 2013 05:06 AM

Any place to get this in or around Chicago since Baltic Bakery cloed?

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    Eldon Kreider RE: maggiekast Oct 25, 2013 01:33 PM

    Europa Bakery and Val's Bakery produce a range of Eastern European bread that are carried by a fair number of independent or mini chain markets. However, the range is wide enough that few if any markets carry all of their breads.

    HarvesTime Foods (harvestimefoods.com) in Lincoln Square, A and G Fresh Market (agfreshmarket.com) on Belmont just west of Central and Angelo Caputo's (http://caputomarkets.com/) Elmwood Park store at Grand and Harlem carry some from both bakeries. There are lots of others, particularly if you go up to Skokie or Niles.

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      jbontario RE: maggiekast Oct 25, 2013 01:50 PM

      i am now curious, what is the differene between say a New York seeded rye, a detroit unseeded rye and a latvian rye?

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        Sigita RE: maggiekast Oct 25, 2013 07:41 PM

        Racine Bakery
        6216 S Archer Ave
        Chicago, IL 60638

        Bakery, deli, prepared ethnic food - all great!

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