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Thursday, 11 July 2013



I really like their bread but wish they didn't wrap them in plastic.


We must have been on the same wavelength!!!


My *very* first job was at a corner bakery in Detroit, Liver...and putting the sliced bread onto a large piece of butcher paper, folding it and tying with cloth string is how you did it; I remember nobody liked it when we transitioned to plastic bags, but they are efficient for transportation. I have cloth bags and a breadbox at home. The bakery and bread at Belen is that good quality I've missed.
Ha- I just looked at your post, cc! Will add a link. (We were here on the first Wednesday of the month; discount day at Major Market, up the street).

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