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Hard-to-find specialty breads in Seattle? Esp. pumpernickel-raisin?

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Hard-to-find specialty breads in Seattle? Esp. pumpernickel-raisin?

seattledebs | Jun 29, 2006 04:09 AM

So, I'm from New York originally and there are certain things I therefore miss and crave all the time. Many of these are bread products.

Has anyone had any luck finding specialty Eastern European breads around Seattle or the Northwest?

Highest on the list: *pumpernickel raisin*. Would it kill some bakery to attempt such a thing? Oh the cravings. I've just gotten funny looks when I've suggested it to bakeries. Does anyone make it here? I know - I'm dreaming.

Next: Heavily-seeded rye bread.

I'll start with those.

(In the meantime, I slowly savor the slices from Orwasher's in NYC that I keep in my too-small freezer.)

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