Today my wife and I were out running errands and decided to stop into what is widely considered to be the best bakery in town. We got a "traditional" French Baguette and two "Regular" Baguettes. I was horribly disappointed. I don't know if it's because I am used to my breads or what but this stuff was really bad. I read a recent interview with the owners and they claim to use "the fermentation method" but I don't see how. The "Traditional" French Baguette looked wonderful and had amazing crumb, but zero and I mean ZERO flavor. It was like eating chewy air. How can you make a bread that literally tastes like nothing? It was the water of the bread world. So I decided to try the "Regular" baguette, this had a great crust but the crumb was rather dense and the only flavor it had was a kind of "moldy" aftertaste. This bakery claims to make 2000 baguettes a day for local restaurants, I'd like to know which ones so I can avoid eating their bread. And if this is the "best" in town, I need to pick up the pace on opening my own bakery.