Where do you purchase your baking ingredients?

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    Whitewolf2578 Active Member

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    I usually got to Trader Joes or a super market called "Winco" Usually everything is pretty cheap at Winco and they have a section when you can bag your own spices or flour so you can buy as much as you need, instead of buying an entire bag of flour.
     
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    dustysmommy2013 Well-Known Member

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    I was a bit confused by the title of this thread, I'll admit. Doesn't everyone just get their baking supplies from Walmart? Oh, apparently not. :) Well, that's what I do or I buy certain ingredients like chocolate chips in bulk from Sam's. Those two options haven't steered me wrong yet!
     
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    kammy Well-Known Member

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    I like to purchase my baking ingredients at walmart or progressive foods as they tend to carry a wider selection of baking products at a price that is just right.
     
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    I live in a small village in Vermont. We have a general store that includes a post office, bank, and just staples. The closest chain grocery store is 25 minutes away. This includes Walmart, Shaw’s, price chopper, dollar store, hannafords. So I’m researching best prices currently for bulk. Oh and my mind and heart say King Arthur flour (which I live 20 minutes from the main place) but my wallet says NoPE
     
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