Organic Works Bakery

by Maggie on October 8, 2009

So Pete and I recently moved to Peterborough from the lovely and sunny London.  It was a tough move on many levels, but we’re very glad we did it and we haven’t spent too much time looking back.  Really, it’s the people we miss.  Wonderful neighbours and good friends from my teaching days there.  That’s okay, we have Facebook now.

One of the places that we discovered only this past year, was Organic Works Bakery
.  A WONDERFUL bakery in London, not far from our lovely old home in Old South.  Our favourite things at Organic Works are their delicious gluten-free bread and buns.

Pete (and I) have tried many a bread over the years (blah, cardboard, bland, crumbly, frozen, crap).  I have even tried to bake gluten-free bread myself.  Not much success there (but I am diving back in any day now).

Organic Works bread is light, moist, tasty, and everything a gluten-sensitive person wants in a bread.  Even a wheat lover like myself enjoys their gluten-free breads.  I think the buns are the best though, simply because Pete went many years without a tasty hamburger bun.  (We’ve all seen the terrible frozen gf ones you can buy, right?…  I’d rather use them to prop open a fire door.)

So make sure you check out their website and find out how you can get Organic Works gluten-free bread to your table.  If they don’t sell it in your town, contact Peter (the wonderful owner) and he’ll find a way to make it happen (they deliver to Peterborough now!!).


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Karen November 9, 2009 at 9:11 pm

When we took our dairy allergic child, to Organic Works Bakery, she could not belive she could eat anything she wanted. After some encouragement she accepted this was a dairy free bakery. We left with two bags of goodies.

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MaggieSavage November 10, 2009 at 7:23 pm

Oh I’m glad to hear that story!! Organic Works is a blessing for those with food allergies. I hope you’ll try some of my recipes with her. Thanks for stopping by!

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