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Hello everyone, 

Just wondering where would someone be able to purchase organic bread that doesn't cost $10.00 a loaf... i am really after bread rolls and buns.

and/or does anyone know where to purchase flour in bulk, as i might start looking into making me own bread and get a bread maker. 

Thanks in advance... ness

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You don't need a bread maker, and it doesn't need to be hard work.  (I'm not real big on work - afterall, "work" is a four letter word).

Check this Ness:

my thoughts exactly for bread rolls n buns but we can eat two loafs of bread a day, so id like a bread maker that can do loafs for me heehee. [or i know myself too well, ill back to shop brought after a week of baking bread]

now where to find organic flour on the cheap 

PS: THAT WAS AWESOME ANDREW.... question, is there a way of getting a roll, without the crunch ? like soft all over ?

Cook at a lower temperature, say 170; use water instead of egg wash; and put a big bowl of water in the oven at the same time.  Viola: soft crust. 

woohooo...thanks budd

SOL is reasonable if you buy bulk. Min order is $40.

heehee thanks Valerie, i was checking them out, thanks to your co-op website.... id love to get my hands on cheaper... but may have to order thru them in the end... or make me own. 

I can source bulk organic flours - they're not too expensive by the 5kg, even cheaper by the 20kg if you have the ability to store it and turn it over quickly.

thank Jodie, i am going to keep you in my contacts and will love to contact you as soon as my health allows me to get back on my bike ;-) .... ive had to put everything on hold but i am on the mend, so all in all, shouldnt be too long before im back doing what i do best.... THANKS 


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