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How much bread can a bread baker bake if a bread baker takes no break?

How much bread can a bread baker bake if a bread baker takes no break? Oh, about 15 different kinds of bread, if you're baking at Boulevard Bread Co. The winner of the Arkansas Times' Best of Arkansas bread category always has baguettes (until they're sold out), spongy ciabattas, asiago cheese bagels (until they're sold out) and rustic pagnottas. The chocolate cherry bread is a favorite, as is the monkey bread. Boulevard also sells Danishes and muffins, but here we're talking about substantial variations on the staff of life. Like the whole-wheat sourdough, which is as beautiful as it is delicious. While the frosted blackberry orange loaf isn't for sandwich-making in the way the 8-grain heart healthy bread is, it will make a fine picnic; if you're lucky, you can take a loaf of fig hazelnut bread along, too.

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