King Arthur Flour

European Style Bread Set with Baker's Couche from King Arthur Flour

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European Style Bread Set with Baker's Couche from King Arthur Flour
King Arthur Flour

European Style Bread Set with Baker's Couche from King Arthur Flour

Sorry, this item is no longer available.
Sorry, this item is no longer available.

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This bread kit will have you baking -- and eating -- more homemade bread, instantly. You'll get:

Baker's Couche: A canvas cloth used by artisan bakers to create the crustiest baguettes -- plus, the finished edges won't fray over time.

European Style Artisan Bread Flour: In the style of the medium-protein flour French and Italian bakers use for their signature hearth breads. Your dough will be mellow, not tight, and should yield great oven-spring.

Saf Red Instant Yeast: This vacuum-packed, 1-pound brick makes about 96 loaves of bread. Widely used by professionals, SAF is the #1-selling yeast worldwide.

Artisan Bread Topping: Add to your loaves with flax, toasted sesame, black caraway, midget sunflower, poppy, and anise seeds.

  • Made in: France
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This bread kit will have you baking -- and eating -- more homemade bread, instantly. You'll get:

Baker's Couche: A canvas cloth used by artisan bakers to create the crustiest baguettes -- plus, the finished edges won't fray over time.

European Style Artisan Bread Flour: In the style of the medium-protein flour French and Italian bakers use for their signature hearth breads. Your dough will be mellow, not tight, and should yield great oven-spring.

Saf Red Instant Yeast: This vacuum-packed, 1-pound brick makes about 96 loaves of bread. Widely used by professionals, SAF is the #1-selling yeast worldwide.

Artisan Bread Topping: Add to your loaves with flax, toasted sesame, black caraway, midget sunflower, poppy, and anise seeds.

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King Arthur Flour

White River Junction, VT
King Arthur Flour goes way, way back. We're talking a throw-back to colonial times: America’s oldest flour company was founded in Boston in 1790 for our newly-formed country. They're still going strong 220 years later, providing us with one of our most important pantry staples.
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