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 Post subject: Re: Italian bread recipe?
PostPosted: Wed Mar 04, 2015 8:44 am 
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[quote="jeanf"]Not a recipe, but at my Costco I can buy the bread they bake on site, it's par-baked and available from the bakery staff at anywhere from 40-70% less than the baked ones.quote]


Jean, that's a terrific idea. I do have a large freezer and I'll be going to Costco later this week so I can ask if they do that here.
How many loaves are in a box?


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2015 7:44 am 
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Linda wrote:
Jean, that's a terrific idea. I do have a large freezer and I'll be going to Costco later this week so I can ask if they do that here.
How many loaves are in a box?


Not sure how they sell in the US but here they sell the Aristan Baguettes for $24 for 20. Compare that to around $5 for 2 baked. The bags they put them in in store are included in the box, which is handy. And the baguettes are in a sturdy bag so it's easier to fit into the freezer.
They also sell 14 cheesecakes frozen in a box as well as the bagels and croissants they sell. In our Costcos there is a picture of whatever bakery item is available in bulk above the area where you can pick up the ready made slab cakes.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 14, 2015 7:56 pm 
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jeanf wrote:
Not sure how they sell in the US but here they sell the Aristan Baguettes for $24 for 20. Compare that to around $5 for 2 baked. The bags they put them in in store are included in the box, which is handy. And the baguettes are in a sturdy bag so it's easier to fit into the freezer.
They also sell 14 cheesecakes frozen in a box as well as the bagels and croissants they sell. In our Costcos there is a picture of whatever bakery item is available in bulk above the area where you can pick up the ready made slab cakes.


Our Costco quit carrying the baguettes. I quit Costco. (Well, not just for that reason, but it made it easier.)


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