My mother and I are planning to make bread shaped like a whale today. I had seen this sort of bread at the market a few weeks ago and the two of us are wondering if anyone could remember the type of bread this was and the bakery’s name
My best advice is the ask the vendors themselves about what ingredients they use. Of course, that is part of the beauty of the farmers market — being able to talk directly to the producer. And they are required to have their ingredients lists available to you, so just ask them.
Indeed, there are. Tall Grass offers a 100% hominy bread, and Flying Apron, out of Fremont, makes only gluten-free, vegan baked goods. Both are located along the sidewalk side of the Market. Tall Grass is in front of Bastille, and Flying Apron is just a little ways deeper into the Market, near Tiny’s.
To the best of my knowledge, no one is at this time, or I would be in line ahead of you. Mind you, zucchini season is just now starting, so who knows what the future will bring. Ask Flying Apron, Deborah’s Pies and Pacific Coast Bakery if they plan to make any in the future, as they are the more likely candidates for it.
Yes, indeed there are. Deborah’s Pies and Pacific Coast Bakery both sell fresh fruit pies. You will tend to find both along the street side of the market. Check with the Market Information tent near Vernon Place to find out where they are located in the Market on any given week.