I’ll have one to go, please :-)

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…Is what I’d said to the lady at the counter. It was difficult to make a choice.

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I like my treats kept on the non-sugar shock side and best enjoyed in small servings.

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If there were a place that sold healthier pastries and goodies nearby, I’d be going there more often. When I say ‘healthier’, I infer to use of non-gmo organic ingredients, alternative grains, non-grain (hello coconut flour) or heirloom wheat flours (Einkorn for example), sweeteners like dates (but not honey – honey loses its beneficial properties at high heat).

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Look at that gorgeous color. The slice is light, fluffy and kept chilled.

 

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Hello, green tea mousse cake. ❤

 

There is a Korean bakery nearby. I just don’t seem to be as drawn to it. And then there’s always Chinatown – but that’s a bit of a drive.

 

…I’ve got a bit of writing about a bakery in the works. All the pieces are not there yet, plus considering the flow of the read.

As of late August 2016, I posted In the Pink; outside (part 1), a fictional bakery cafe. ^_^

 

 

 

 

 

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