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Old 23-12-2004, 07:48 AM
 
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Default Best baking supply in Seattle?

I live in the South King County near Auburn. Looking for any great
baking supply store where I can buy various flours and equipment all in
one place. Any suggestions?

JaKe
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Old 23-12-2004, 10:49 PM
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Far as I can tell, someone wrote:
I live in the South King County near Auburn. Looking for any great
baking supply store where I can buy various flours and equipment all in
one place. Any suggestions?


What kind of equipment?

As a bakery owner in Forida, I know nothing about Seattle, but if you're
talking about commercial equipment, and commercial quantities of flour,
I doubt you'll find both in the same store in any town.

That sort of flour in warehoused and shipped, not sold over the counter.

OTOH, companies like U.S. Foods deliver flour and supplies for baking,
and have catalogs of equipment that you can have delivered by them.
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Far as I can tell, someone wrote:
I live in the South King County near Auburn. Looking for any great
baking supply store where I can buy various flours and equipment all in
one place. Any suggestions?


What kind of equipment?

As a bakery owner in Forida, I know nothing about Seattle, but if you're
talking about commercial equipment, and commercial quantities of flour,
I doubt you'll find both in the same store in any town.

That sort of flour in warehoused and shipped, not sold over the counter.

OTOH, companies like U.S. Foods deliver flour and supplies for baking,
and have catalogs of equipment that you can have delivered by them.
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Old 24-12-2004, 01:17 AM
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I live in the South King County near Auburn. Looking for any great
baking supply store where I can buy various flours and equipment all in
one place. Any suggestions?

JaKe
jkdrummer at yahoo.com


That combo is not normally found in Seattle or any city. Buy your equipment
at Dick's on Fourth Ave So, just north of Spokane Viaduct or at Seattle
Kitchen Supply in north Seattle on Aurora about 150th St.

Flour for breads can be found at many locations. I prefer either Whole Foods
or Larry's.




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