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Where can I buy good sandwich Foccacia?

Azuki | Apr 6, 200502:49 PM     8

Hi Chowhounds

I'm currently exploring the wonderful world of sandwich making and I'd like to find a good foccacia. The best example of what I'm looking for is the kind of foccacia that Specialties uses for their sandwiches, although I'd like to find something a little less oily.

I've seen several types that include olives and other things but I'm really looking for plain, light focaccia that I can use to build a perfect roasted Veggie sandwich (with some gorgonzola and red pepper spread... mmm, I'm hungry. :)

Thanks for any suggestions!

ps. I've tried Arizmendi and Acme but its just not what I'm looking for.

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