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Best Kosher Bakery Miami 2006 - Anny's Bread Shoppe

Want to stay kosher but don't want to eat bland bread? Anny's Bread Shoppe turns out loaves that would have pride of place in any toaster -- kosher or not. The two most popular breads here are the multigrain and the Blue Ridge Mountain herb bread. Both are hearty, full of flavor, and worth the price ($5.75 to $6 each). While you're there, pick up a few bagels or maybe some apricot-walnut biscotti. How about a sugarless muffin made with honey and bran? It has only one gram of fat yet somehow is delicious. As you might expect, there's plenty of challah: raisin, onion-poppy, whole-wheat, chocolate, and even plain.
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Jeanette
Jeanette

My son and daughter in law celebrated their 9th wedding anniverssary recently. I found your onion poppy challah at Winn Dixie and gave it as a gift - they are so happy to get it because they live close to the Miami airport & don't have any of your goodies in the neighborhood. Strange but delish gift...

Susanabbey
Susanabbey

I used to shop at your location on Dixie Hwy. I since moved to boca raton. I was just advised that you are selling your breads in Winn Dixie. I was especially looking for the onion challah. It was the very best. Where can I find it and would you be selling it to Winn Dixie. Do you sell Publix? Can you e-mail the information back to me. e-mail...susanabbey@earthlink.net Thank you, Susan Abbey

Giancarlo Bianchi
Giancarlo Bianchi

Great bakery, great breads, wholesome ingredients. A definite must try if you're in or around Aventura mall.

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