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King Arthur equivalent in Canada

August 12, 2009 - 4:11pm -- tcleves
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I have moved from the USA to Victoria, BC. Its beautiful here and I love it. However, I haven't been able to source King Arthur bread flour. I'm buying a bread flour from the local bulk food store. Its OK but not great. I've looked at the Robin Hood bread flour but its bleached. I'm really trying to find an outstanding organic white bread flour. Does anyone have any suggestions. I'm on Vancouver Island.


Thanks,


Tim

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Hello from Toronto, Canada!

January 16, 2009 - 9:21am -- supersonix

About time I join this site and say hello!


My name is Lalit and I've been a lurker on here for a few months now and just love this site and thought that it's about time I sign up!


I've always been a big cook and do run a small catering company part time, but baking has become my new passion ever since I stumbled into it a year or so ago.


Glad to be part of the community!


Lalit

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Flour prices cramping your baking? Canada's national newspaper wants to chat

August 25, 2008 - 11:12am -- hmick

My name is Hayley Mick and I'm a writer with the Globe and Mail, Canada's national newspaper. I write for the Life section, mostly about health issues but also about people's extracurricular pursuits.

Right now I'm researching a story about how rising food prices are affecting amateur bakers (particularly Canadian bakers!). Have you been forced to bake less? Or maybe you're getting more creative with your recipes -- Or discovered new places to buy ingredients at a discount. 

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