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Melanie Wong | May 17, 200603:36 AM     6

Feel Good in the Marketplace in Alameda has been perfecting its croissants and makes them around the weekend, maybe Thursday or Friday too. I had my first taste of one on Saturday and was highly impressed. More fine layers than you can count, sweet butter taste through and through without being greasy, and a nice crunch even late in the day. The epi baguette was also very good with a delicate crispness to the crust rather than the heavier chewiness of Acme's. Good yeasty flavor and moist crumb too.

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