TESTIMONIALS

TESTIMONIALS

Have I told you lately that I love you? Yes, Breadfarm, it's love.  We have visited the area twice and both Edison visits included a stop at Breadfarm. Due to Covid-19 their lobby is closed but their walk-up window is open or you can order online & pickup.  Today we tried the multi grain sourdough which immediately filled the car with a rich, yeasty aroma. The chew is what gets me, I went full cave woman when my partner sat down, just ripped a leg off the loaf. Sandwiches were made and stomachs rejoiced.  The thing that got me though, really caused a stir in the depths of my soul was the Almond Bostock. Croissant dough kissed with Grand Marnier syrup and filled with almond cream. Come early because their inventory sells out, as well it should. ~T

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King 5 - Three Restaurants that make Bow Edison a Dining Destination

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Driving south down Chuckanut  on a rainy morning is one of my favorite things, only made better by fresh bread from Breadfarm in Bow!  They have their store set up for Covid-safe ordering with a covered window on the side for outdoor ordering and a pick up spot out front.  We got the Parisian baguette and their special kalamata olive ciabatta bread both of which were amazing but gobbled up by the family before we had time to get pictures.  Both loaves had a perfectly crunchy outer crust with a fluffy inside and the ciabatta had a generous amount of whole olives stuffed inside.  Make this a stop on your way south, you wont regret it! ~E

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My evening ritual of toast and peanut butter would not be complete with Breadfarm's Stoneground bread. My son and I have been enjoying that bed time snack for years.  I just love the white bread for sandwiches as well, it's firm enough so it doesn't smash in my backpack, and it's so flavorful. We get our Breadfarm bread from the Skagit Valley Food Co-Op, and sometime when I am out in Edison I am going to stop in (After COVID) and tell the crew how many loaves of their bread we have had over the years....let's see a loaf a week times six or seven years, that's a lot of outstanding bread. Thank you Breadfarm! ~L

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 Edible Seattle - Breadfarm Rising by Theodore Charles

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Breakfast Danish = 10/10
Best savory pastry I've ever had. It has a rich flavor, but a delicate construction. The breakfast ham and pesto harmonize into a marvelous crescendo in your mouth. And the fresh herbs bring it to a whole 'notha level.

Bran Muffin = 9/10
The Bran muffin was the second best bran muffin I've ever had. Biggest win is that it's very moist (the most difficult part to get right about Bran muffins). The texture is a delightful mix of gritty-glazed, with the molasses coating the pureed raisins in a holy act of glory like the biblical Joseph putting on the coat of many colors. ~Wilson

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Spectacular baked goods. The Samish Potato is deeply enjoyable in a way that lighter styles of bread typically are not. The incredible kouign amann is the best you can find on the west coast (at least north of San Francisco).

Online preorders open at 7am, and are both convenient and highly recommended as they’re usually sold out of most things by end of day. ~ H

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The Trip-Worth Graham Crackers by Molly Wizenberg

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My absolute favorite bread! Samish Potato bread! Run & owned by amazing humans that you feel good supporting, and have endearing policies like trading pieces of art/writing/performance for bits of their sourdough starter- you know they are giving back and creating a beautiful world for us all to live in. They are careful about the chemicals and growing practices of their grain, I believe grind their own flour, raise their bread with living local sourdough, and you can taste the care and love in each bite.~ Lela S,

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Seattle Met - 10 Sweet Bakery Day Trips from Seattle

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I always wondered where the expression omg came from. Now I know. try one of bread farms bakewell tarts and you'll understand. Just visited the area and happened upon Edison and tried their pastries and I was back every day. Still enjoying their shortbread cookies at home and now looking into mail order. Don't miss this place it is excellent. ~Terry R

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This is a must stop when visiting northern Washington! Bread and pastries are fantastic, but strangely enough we stock up on their hamburger buns :) ~Stephanie M

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