They are artisan bakers specializing in one single loaf of bread - a hearty, yet light country French loaf, created in the tradition of the 18th century. The bakers begin the loaves with a sourdough starter that Nyberg, the owner, has been nurturing for more than 20 years. To unbleached King Arthur Sir Galahad flour he adds organic emmer, kamut, spelt, rye, and hard red winter wheat. He buys emmer from Oechsner Farms in Newfield NY, and the other grains from Champlain Valley Milling in Westport NY. Filtered tap water and sea salt are the only other ingredients. more-less
123 Camelot Dr (Russell Mills Rd )
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360-3038


First Review by LaurenC
  • vegan

Very good bread, not all types are vegan though.

Posted on 02 / 01 / 2014

This is known for being the best bread bakery in the area. Each loaf looks and tastes like a work of art.

However, not all types are vegan. (I have a few friends who used to work there and knew the difference.)

Vegan types include:

- Rosemary
- Sourdough
- Country white
- Olive loaf
- Rye / marble rye
- Seeded

Most of their sliced breads are vegan, and they usually come with the ingredients on the bag.

Any of the dessert (fruit, chocolate, etc) or cheese breads will have milk & eggs. The hot dog & hamburger buns and Challah bread have eggs. And one of the white, flat loaves that looks innocuous has milk.

It's best to ask the staff. If the person at the front desk doesn't seem knowledgeable, ask to speak to one of the mixers/bakers in the back.

Updated from previous review on Saturday February 01, 2014

Pros: Delicious, Wholesome ingredients, Very fresh
Cons: Pricey, Workers seem worn out, Located in industrial area


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