Where can i buy fresh Italian bread locally?
- ZapataLv 62 months ago
Idiot questions deserve idiot answers.
- 3 months ago
Any Italian market worth its while will have fresh bread daily.
- FLv 63 months ago
I’m in Scotland and there’s a village called Turin near Dundee, I could try there.
- KateLv 73 months ago
Locally? You haven't actually said where you are, which country, state, town. I live in a regional town in Victoria, Australia and can buy pretty much all kinds at the local bakery and supermarket.
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- deniseLv 73 months ago
You'll have to find a good artisan bakery, or at least a 'good' bakery will probably make Ciabatta or Focaccia.
- kswck2Lv 73 months ago
Any major grocery store makes it on premises.
- Karen LLv 73 months ago
Well, now, that depends what locality you're in, and you didn't tell us that.
- JohnLv 73 months ago
Big Farmer Joe's. Acme bread delivers daily. We like the sourdough batard for our garden tomato BLT's. Nothing about them screams Italian but the are an old Italian bakery, to be sure.
- CBLv 73 months ago
Open Google, search for "Bakery near me" go to the bakery website and see what they specialize in -- most will carry bread - call them to make sure they have what you want in stock.
Where I live I can go to any grocery store and the bakery section has many selections of popular fresh baked breads.
- TavyLv 73 months ago
So you think this site is for your town .?
I'm reading it in the U.K.