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Dave's Killer Bread in The Oregonian

Floydm's picture

Dave's Killer Bread in The Oregonian

There is a good profile of Naturebake in today's Oregonian. The story focuses particularly on the story of Dave's Killer Bread.

I didn't realize that when I was sampling it back at Summerloaf 2005 that that was the debut of Dave's Killer Bread. It is good stuff.

Oregonian story here.

rainbowbrown's picture

Dave's Killer Bread is quite awesome.  Two summers ago I was traveling up and down Oregon and when I found this bread in a co op in Corvallis, I decided that I needed to start making bread again (I was into bread making as a kid, but was very bad at it).  I ate it all summer and when I got back home, I learned how to make bread proper.  Dave's Killer Bread has been legendary in my mind since then.  I haven't been to Oregon since, but boy when I do...

LindyD's picture

Not ever having tasted the bread, am sure it is excellent. What impresses me most, however, is the road Dave traveled and the U-turn he made to find legitimate success. Better to have your face plastered on a top selling bread than on a "most wanted" poster. Good for him!

Paddyscake's picture

aptly named..if you have to buy commercially made bread, this is the one! Really good stuff, check it out if you have the chance.