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Croissant dough sheets

honeysock | Feb 5, 201812:56 PM    

I'm looking for a frozen croissant dough sheet while I get my bakery up and running. I've tried one out of California but it was more like crescent roll dough than croissant dough. Although I've made my own croissants at home many times with good success, I worry about training others to do it--so, if anyone knows of a good product, can you point me in the right direction? Several that I've found online (Le Chef, for one) do not ship to my area. Has anyone tried Lecoq?

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