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Well Bread! is a small supplier of Artisan Breads and baked goods, local to Brixham in glorious South Devon.
We specialise in Organic Sourdoughs, made with Spelt and Rye, as well as Sweet and Savoury Rolls, Ciabatta and Focaccia.
We also make savoury snacks in a variety of flavours.
Yvonne and Richard hope you enjoy our products, available at selected locations in Torbay.
If you do, tell your friends so that we can grow. If you don't, please tell us, so that we can improve. Call on 07791 058070 or email at wellbread.brixham@gmail.com

Monday, 10 February 2014

Beetroot and Onion

Clearly the Rye Sourdough went down well, as I have an order for another two this week, as well as some more of the dairy free teacakes.

I'm making a Cinnamon loaf for Tuesday, and want to try the making the Beetroot and Onion as well, so that I could take some samples round.

I'm also struggling with a name for the range, I quite like "Artisan Bites" or just "Bites" and have to make a decision before I order the labels (500 so no going back)

There's a bit of capital outlay, a heat sealer, bags and the labels to get, so I need to get it right before I start, as I will need to sell quite a few bags to get that back. Problem is, to get a decent price you need to order several hundred of anything, and there's no guarantee of the sales to justify it. I guess that it's the same for all new ventures, which makes it more important to do it right the first time. I know the product is sound, so it all comes down to the package, as there won't be a chance for sampling the sealed bags.

Anyway, to the Beetroot and Onion Bread. Basically it's two doughs, one of each flavour (Obviously) braided together for a contrast. The beetroot dough is made like a normal one, just using beetroot juice in place of the water with small chunks of chopped beetroot added to it as well.

After a mix and prove, they were ready to plait. I tried various shapes and textures,

Then a second rise and into the oven. And although I say it myself, they didn't come out too bad!

Now all I have to do is persuade someone to sell them.

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