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November 13, 2019

Best Artisan Bread in Town?

Best Artisan Bread in Town? Colleen Brown, musician “Blush Lane carries this dense, flavourful spelt yeast-free bread made by Breadland Organic Whole Grain Bakery, which I have a weakness for. (It’s also available at Planet Organic.) Plus, it’s in the same building as my yoga studio.” Don Iveson, City Councillor…

Best Artisan Bread in Town?

Colleen Brown, musician

Blush Lane carries this dense, flavourful spelt yeast-free bread made by Breadland Organic Whole Grain Bakery, which I have a weakness for. (It’s also available at Planet Organic.) Plus, it’s in the same building as my yoga studio.”

Don Iveson, City Councillor

“My wife and I like to get Prairie Mill Bread Company loaves, in particular the honey oat, from the downtown farmers’ market. It tastes good, but more importantly our picky three-year-old loves it. Plus, it’s so substantial that (in a pinch) a loaf could repel a home invader.”

Nora Bumanis, principal harpist, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra

Tree Stone Bakery is within walking distance from my house, so I can burn a few more calories before I tuck into a pillowy soft pain au chocolat. This bakery uses local wheat, rye and organic grains, which they mill on site. I most often purchase whole-grain levain (sourdough) or demi rustic buns (great with soups or stews).”