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Jamesongrrl | Jun 23, 200501:50 PM     15

Anyone know where to find 'dark bread'. The dense dark bread you find in Ireland, Iceland, and around Europe... they are sometimes slightly sweet and usually come in smaller loafs.
(I'm not talking about a dark rye or such.)

I tried the European store on Hawthorne but they mainly have canned goods, preserved goods, cheese, wine and chocolate. (As for grocery stores I've only checked Zupans so maybe Wild Oats or New Seasons?)

Any bakeries around doing these types of bread? (I also have checked Grand Central & Great Harvest to no avail.)

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