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    Wholesale Bread & Roll

    Have any of you's guy tried them out, as I'm thinking about the pizza base.
    OK Minimum order 1000b = 34 pizza bases or spread the order out & through some burger rolles.
    Then wake them in the freezer & use as required.
    I hate the Thai bread as there is to much sugar.

    Wholesale Burger Rolls Sub rolls Pizza Bases Breads (BANGKOK)

    Wholesale only Burger Rolls Bread, Sub Rolls Pizza Bases Wholesale Only Free delivery sukumvit area and beyond,
    Hotels burger joints, restaurants bars clubs,ect
    Minimum order 1000 baht
    80 gram big burger rolls 10 baht
    150 gram sub rolls 20 baht
    Pizza bases 30baht
    English bread 30 baht
    Wholemeal bread 35 baht
    Ring for samples
    we also can make anything you need at great prices our breads are not sweet like most thai outlets ,we cater for the foreigners taste buds!
    Call to order Emma 0890178109

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Call to order Emma
    I'll have one a week for 6 weeks provided she's not a ladyboy.
    Seriously it's good to know you are suffering in the capital as well as us poor proles out in the sticks.
    Pizza bases sounds like a good idea. I have seen them in Makro occasionally but just like beetroot and pickled onions, it's only once in a blue moon.

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    I put it out there to see if a member has tried them.
    It is hard as there is not name only Emma & the phone number.
    The only way I guess is to place a order.
    1000 baht is bugger all so I guess I will be the first.
    I will return with the answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Ring for samples

    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    provided she's not a ladyboy

    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    I have seen them in Makro occasionally
    ???????????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Call to order Emma
    I'll have one a week for 6 weeks provided she's not a ladyboy.
    Seriously it's good to know you are suffering in the capital as well as us poor proles out in the sticks.
    Pizza bases sounds like a good idea. I have seen them in Makro occasionally but just like beetroot and pickled onions, it's only once in a blue moon.
    With Makro if they have your email address & you buy item they will send a message when they have new stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Ring for samples

    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    provided she's not a ladyboy

    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui
    I have seen them in Makro occasionally
    ???????????????
    Dear Withnallstoke maybe this is not Socal boy, I hope that they are sell bread not arse hole.

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    I would give them a call, but being a baker they would be a sleep as they bake bread
    early in the morning.

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    I certainly don't want them sending me ladyboys by email. They will likely get buffered,
    I sincerely hope you get a better response from the BKK mafia than from country bumpkins like me and nails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Dear Withnallstoke maybe this is not Socal boy, I hope that they are sell bread not arse hole
    Nowt like pissing on somebody elses bonfire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chassamui View Post
    I certainly don't want them sending me ladyboys by email. They will likely get buffered,
    I sincerely hope you get a better response from the BKK mafia than from country bumpkins like me and nails.
    It's still early maybe a member has tried them out, if not then.
    I will try them out what's a 1000 b any way, put it on a mini bus.
    OK I'm not to fare from Bangkok, should take maybe 1 1/2 hours.
    I will give it a go on Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi
    Dear Withnallstoke maybe this is not Socal boy, I hope that they are sell bread not arse hole
    Nowt like pissing on somebody elses bonfire.
    Any way Socal should be along soon to tell us if this is his boy friend or not.

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    Go buy yourself a breadmaker Ratchaburi, rather than shelling out for a load of stale frozen bread.

    Marmite is the man to talk to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Go buy yourself a breadmaker Ratchaburi, rather than shelling out for a load of stale frozen bread.

    Marmite is the man to talk to.
    Dillinger thanks

    I work 6 days a week & don't have the time.
    I miss having bread as I don't like the sweet here.
    In Aus we put bread in the freezer & pull it out when required.
    it has to be better that the Thai crap

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    buy it for the wifes birthday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    Marmite is the man to talk to.
    Well, the Midget is.

    I can't remember what her pizza bases sell for (she just came in to hassle me about going to bed - they're 30b each, plus maybe 300b for shipping and 120(?) for the box) but they're bloody good. None of that thin buscuity crap that seems to be the norm here. They're not a soggy, greasy mess like Pizza Hut either.

    The main problem would be keeping them frozen or cool if not frozen, during transit. I would think it's about 12 hours between here and your gaff on t'bus. She's sent bread to Ubon and Phrae before which seemed to be OK if you load the polystyrene box up with frozen bottles of water.

    We might be venturing up to CM within the next few months, so could meet up for a sherbert if nothing else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    We might be venturing up to CM within the next few months,
    bring some bread

    Bread can travel very well, as lon g as it can breathe

    if you wrap it in plastic it goes soggy but still edible

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    Where it mentions ring for samples, I would do this and freeze them before making a purchase as some bread just does not freeze well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles View Post
    Where it mentions ring for samples, I would do this and freeze them before making a purchase as some bread just does not freeze well.
    Yes I think it would be worth a trip to Bangkok for a sample, but I would spend the 1000 baht on Minimum order (as you can buy frozen pizza)
    So if I buy 34 shells & eat 2 per week then that 17 week supply.
    If they don't taste very good I can use them as frisbee.

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    Only takes about 30 min to mix up a big batch of pizza dough..

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrAndy
    if you wrap it in plastic it goes soggy but still edible
    Most of our bread is sent off to be frozen, so it has to be wrapped unfortunately.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fondles
    some bread just does not freeze well.
    It's fine for a couple of weeks if the bag is air-tight. Pizza bases freeze particularly well. I assume because of the oil in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron99 View Post
    Only takes about 30 min to mix up a big batch of pizza dough..
    It will take me 90 minutes to drive there pickup 34 pizza bases then 90 minutes
    to drive back.
    34 pizza base & 180 minutes, so thats 5.3 minutes per pizza base.
    I did give them a call & they do run a guest house over nere the Bangkok Immigration.
    Ring up the day before with the order.

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    get a bread machine..they take fuck all to set up and you can pre set them,, fesh bread every day, if you can get the right pre-mix..you wake up to the smell of fresh bread, not a bad thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedwalk View Post
    get a bread machine..they take fuck all to set up and you can pre set them,, fesh bread every day, if you can get the right pre-mix..you wake up to the smell of fresh bread, not a bad thing
    Yes those bread maker work well Ned & that smell comming from the freshly cook bread.
    I was looking at the pizza bases & also some burger buns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedwalk View Post
    get a bread machine..they take fuck all to set up and you can pre set them,, fesh bread every day, if you can get the right pre-mix..you wake up to the smell of fresh bread, not a bad thing

    The smell of fresh bread alone is worth the outlay. We got one of the "Severin" brand machines a few years ago, and still going strong.
    Getting the best mixture of water, flour, yeast, etc. to make decent bread takes a bit of time to get right, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nedwalk View Post
    get a bread machine..they take fuck all to set up and you can pre set them,, fesh bread every day, if you can get the right pre-mix..you wake up to the smell of fresh bread, not a bad thing
    Did the bread you made in the bakery taste like that out of a bread Machine?
    Because mine certainly doesn't, they are convenient, granted but taste like a decent loaf, no way.

    If you neeed to Neddy I will bake you a fresh loaf at home or show you how.
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