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Fowler's frozen sourdough

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Fowler's frozen sourdough

Dbird | Aug 5, 2003 03:24 AM

I've lived on the west coast for most of the past decade and still recall Fowler's frozen sourdough loaves, demi baguettes, dinner rounds-- as the only sourdough I've ever liked. Do they still carry this line? I can't remember the producer, but I've kept an eye open--in vain-- everywhere from Balducci's and Dean and DeLuca to Whole Foods and Gelson's to Eddie's to Vicente to wherever. As I say, sourdough is not my natural metier, so perhaps have missed obvious leads-- but caught a mention of Fowler's on this board tonight and was seized with nostalgia. As I recall it had a great crisp (water washed?) crust with a dense chewy interior crumb that just whooshed up butter. Now there's a reason to reconsider carbs.

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