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Tuerong Farm Flours

Tuerong Farm Flours

Like everything in life there are different qualities, from run of the mill to highly valued products with a rare characteristic, design or craft. And so there are flours and flours. Industrial, mass produced, quick rising breads are cited as the reason more and more people are having digestion difficulties with bread but it needn’t…

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Woodfrog Bakery Gets It

Some time ago I wrote about the difficultly of buying good quality fresh bread after business hours. If you are working long hours but want to make your own wholesome sandwiches for lunch the chances of getting fresh bread very early in the morning or on your way home from the CBD are hopeless, that…

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Falco – A Small Batch Of Goodness

New to Smith Street, Collingwood is a wonderful bakery, Falco, that describes itself as a small batch bakery. And a small batch of goodness it certainly is. Let’s face it most mass produced foods lose that je ne sais quoi, that something that makes artisan foods worth the extra dollars or extra distance to obtain….

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Wild Life Bakery

Wild Life Bakery has been running for a couple of years now, so I have been a bit slow on the reconnaissance which is unfortunate as I’ve missed out on some wonderful breads. Not that Melbourne is short of good artisan bakers but this baker not only makes a very fine loaf but is open…

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Q le Baker

I’m so pleased to discover yet another great baker in Melbourne. Q le Baker as the name suggests is the brainchild of French baker, Quentin Berthonneau, who started honing his baking skills back home at the tender age of 15. The slick Q le Baker premises is located on a corner of the courtyard of…

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