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Award-Winning Baker to Bring Bread and More Bread to Rosemont

Automne is going to have bread with a philosophy Gird your loins for fresh bread, Rosemont: award-winning baker Julien Roy (2013 winner of the apprentice baker category in France’s prestigious Mondial du pain) is teaming up with chef Seth Gabrielse of Foodlab prominence to open a bakery in the heart of the neighbourhood. Automne Boulangerie will be on the corner of Beaubien and Christophe-Colomb, and it comes with an unambiguous philosophy: “the minimum amount of ingredients possible,” with plenty of whole grains and long fermentations Gabrielse tells Eater.
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