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Old Sep 26th 2017, 9:14 am   #1
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Default Organic flour for bread

I always make my own bread and in France I buy cheap organic flour/ wheat type 110?
I cannot take that with me to Portugal for bread during 6 months.
Can you buy that in the Algarve? I don't like the flour-mix with salt etc already in the mix.

Some advise is much appreciated.

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I always make my own bread and in France I buy cheap organic flower/ wheat type 110?
I cannot take that with me to Portugal for bread during 6 months.
Can you buy that in the Algarve? I don't like the flower-mix with salt etc already in the mix.

Some advise is much appreciated.
Yes , the supermarket chains you are familiar with, Auchan and Intermarche are established in the Algarve.
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Yes , the supermarket chains you are familiar with, Auchan and Intermarche are established in the Algarve.
In fact I buy this at Leclerc, but I could try Carrefour in Portimao. Hopefully they have the same products.
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In fact I buy this at Leclerc, but I could try Carrefour in Portimao. Hopefully they have the same products.
Jumbo( Auchan ) in the Aqua centr3 in Portimao us a much larger supermarket.
Leclerc closed a few years ago.
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Natural health food shop in Luz ..(Lagos) stocks organic flour.

Also have one in Portimao that might stock it.
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Jumbo( Auchan ) in the Aqua centr3 in Portimao us a much larger supermarket.
Leclerc closed a few years ago.
Thanks, will try Jumbo.
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Natural health food shop in Luz ..(Lagos) stocks organic flour.

Also have one in Portimao that might stock it.
Thanks, will try to find these shops and check the prices. Normally the organic flour is half the price in a supermarket. Sorry, I am Dutch .
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Would think the bigger Intermarche's in Lagos & Lagoa will also stock it.
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In France I cannot find the flour I need at the Intermarché. At the hyper-Auchan in Spain neither.
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