Our White French Breads

Bread may be the most basic of all foods, but, in France, choosing bread is also an institution. The French care more about bread, and the types of bread available, than any other nation. Which is why we love them!

Many French families still buy their bread fresh every morning, and first-time visitors to France are often surprised by the number of independent boulangeries (bakeries) that still operate in the cities and towns, and even in some of the remote villages.

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We do everything by hand, and the traditional low leavening and long fermentation baking technique that we use are the founding principals of our artisanal bakery.

You can avoid an 8,256 mile trip to Paris, to enjoy traditional French breads, just by placing an order with us! You will be glad you did!

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We bend over backwards to ensure our customer's satisfaction. We strive for 100% satisfaction. We invite you to try our products risk free!

For descriptions, please click or tap on any of the images below. Images are for illustration purposes only: No two bakery products are the same, and some can be customized by our customers.
— Terry, Bakery Chef/Owner, Rêver Artisan Bakery

Our Sourdough French Breads

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We have learned that sourdough breads --- traditionally made with a long fermentation process and wild yeast  --- might actually be safe for consumption by those of you that are gluten intolerant and better yet, extremely healthful.

This kind of bread hosts a symbiotic culture of bacteria (lactobacilli) and airborne fungus (wild yeast) in which each element within the relationship provides something the other elements need. The wild yeast creates enzymes that break down the carbohydrates, phytic acid and gluten, which are then ‘eaten’ by the good bacteria. The process creates lactic acid, which contributes to better digestibility of the bread.

Most people consume commercial breads, which are made with baker’s yeast and are usually prepared and baked within three hours, as opposed to the 24-hour fermentation process that occurs with traditional sourdough. Switch over to our sourdough breads. Your body will be glad you did!

For descriptions, please click or tap on any of the images below. Images are for illustration purposes only: No two bakery products are the same, and some can be customized by our customers.
— Terry, Bakery Chef/Owner, Rêver Artisan Bakery

If you are a potential wholesale customers, please contact our Sales Team at (503) 218-3677 to learn more about our products and pricing.