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Old 08-01-2005, 07:16 AM   #31
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Unfortunately, I do not live in the land of Krogers. Once upon a time, there was a purveyor of sourdough that several grocery store (including WalMart) bought from that had a separate little kiosk and had pretty good sourdough, but here in town I haven't seen them. We have a LaBrea kiosk in our local grocery, but, much as I love most of their bread, the sourdough isn't really all that sour (I really like that tang). It'll get here eventually (I've had that sourdough problem many places I've lived, and eventually the local tastes grow up enough that a decent sourdough appears). It is nice to know that good taste in food is getting around. Unfortunately, as I'm living my 50th year, more and more of my freinds don't really enjoy food. They're trying to lose weight, diabetic, vegans, have high cholesterol, bad teeth ..... I just love getting older, don't you?
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Old 08-01-2005, 09:40 AM   #32
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http://www.slodough.com/

Claire, San Luis Sourdough is a brand my family has eaten for quite some time. It's really good, and best part is they ship all over the country!
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