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Banneton/Brotform in Montreal

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sook

Banneton/Brotform in Montreal

Hey,


I'm looking for bannetons/brotforms in Montreal. I feel like there should be a place that sells them because there's much bread in this city! :)


I've tried Ares, Quincallerie Dante, La Soupière and Les Touilleurs but to no avail.


Any suggestions/leads would be much appreciated!


Thanks!

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PaddyL

...I doubt that you'll find them anywhere.  You could try restaurant/hotel supply places, but even there I'm not sure.  I underwent a similar search a few years ago for a Pullman pan and ended up ordering one from goldaskitchen.com.  You could try her.

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Yumarama

Just checked the online store, no bannetons or brotforms to be found there.

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dwcoleman

 


Thank you for your message.  We can obtain a 8"Dia spiral wicker bread proofing basket (suitable for 1½ lb loaves; made in Germany) for you by special order; a photo is attached.  The price is $37.50 (+ shipping + applicable taxes) and availability is approx. 4 - 6 weeks.  If you would like to order this item, via return e-mail please advise as to your shipping address and the quantity of baskets which you require and we will quote the total order (including shipping and taxes).


 


 

sook's picture
sook

thanks!


Yup, i emailed Golda's to check and they said that if I ordered now, they would probably get the stock in jan/feb. :(

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mcs

Sook,
I don't know if you're looking for the traditional or plastic sort, but if you want the plastic ones, I've got some I'll sell you.  I no longer use them and they're just taking up space (and collecting flour).   That goes for anyone else too.


Just email me mark@thebackhomebakery.com so we don't turn TFL into Craig's List.


-Mark

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newbreadbaker

Sook:  I just ordered mine from Breadtopia.com, they were the least expensive there.


 


 

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UnConundrum

You can get them for $8/each for 8" with a lining from SFBI:  http://www.sfbi.com/baking_supplies.html  

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vandertoorn