Tumbleweed

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garlicbuddha
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Tumbleweed

Postby garlicbuddha » Sun Sep 23, 2012 3:44 am

Its very quiet here... are people still lurking in the shadows? please say hello even if you haven't been baking much over the summer... :)

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Re: Tumbleweed

Postby icemaiden » Sun Sep 23, 2012 3:50 am

Hi - I've been away, not sure if I'm back yet, but I'm still baking. Bagels/beigels today - http://wp.me/p2j8wW-8n

Been thinking about selling baked goods from home, but there's competition locally.

http://www.facebook.com/#!/TheTinyBakery

Is it just me or are her prices a bit 'ouchy'?

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Re: Tumbleweed

Postby garlicbuddha » Sun Sep 23, 2012 5:22 am

Hi ice maiden, your competition has a nice range of breads! In Sheffield there is a guy who started successfully baking from home http://www.saxtonshomebakery.co.uk/SHBBakery.html. I guess you have the "knead to know" book?
http://www.sustainweb.org/realbread/knead_to_know/ I have seen comparable prices before. It depends on your market. Starting a bread subscription scheme seems the way to go. I see she is part of the bread angels network.

I have never made bagels before but watched them being made on a recent TV baking programme. Must give them a go!

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Re: Tumbleweed

Postby Old_Bake_House » Sun Sep 23, 2012 11:11 am

I'm here, lurking, and should be getting back to the baking and posting new items soon. I've been subsisting on frozen cinnamon-raisin bread for the past month while a bit swamped with work. Did get another batch of the Alsace Loaf baked this weekend, and am moving onto a new one for next weekend, either the Barm Bread or the Onion and Bay Loaf...

- Susanne

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Re: Tumbleweed

Postby icemaiden » Fri Nov 02, 2012 3:15 am

October wasn't the month I started baking the Handmade Loaf again, however as there seem to be buns on the menu this month I will take a look now!

I have also just launched a teenyweeny home bakery, but I don't suppose I'll get any business. Here's my facebook page for starters.

http://www.facebook.com/LakesBakes

Please 'like' if you can.


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