The German Bakery in Liverpool

Unit18
Compass Industrial Park
Spindus Road
L24 1YA Liverpool


mobile: 07939823996
email: info@germanbakery.co.uk

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Farmers Markets
  • Lark Lane Farmers Market
    Liverpool L17
    Lark Lane
    4th Saturday of each month

Shops
  • Rialto News
    Liverpool L8 7SY
    84 Upper Parliament Street
    Tel: 0151 709 34 57

  • K & N Distribution Services
    Birkenhead CH41 2ZD
    Oxton Road / corner Quarrybank Street
    Tel: 0770 347 51 70

  • The Moon & Pea Deli
    Liverpool Sefton Park L17
    95 Lark Lane
    Tel: 0151 727 34 03

  • MATTAS International Foods
    Liverpool City Centre L1
    51 Bold Street
    tel: 0151 709 30 31

  • Windmill Wholefoods
    Liverpool Aigburth L17 7BR
    162 Aigburth Road
    Tel: 0151 727 27 23

  • Purple Carrot Vegan Shop
    Liverpool Wavertree L15
    286 Smithdown Road
    Tel: 0151 378 80 69

  • Barnetts Wholefoods
    Liverpool Waterloo/Crosby L22 9QE
    147 St. John’s Road
    Tel: 0151 949 00 04

  • Delifonseca Dockside
    Liverpool L3 4BN
    Brunswick Dock / Brunswick Way
    Tel: 0151 255 08 08

  • The Bakery / Bread Shop
    Liverpool Aigburth Vale L17
    319 Aigburth Road
    Tel: 0151 727 21 84






 
Come and get your rye sourdough bread now!

     
 

Rye

- among all kinds of grain, is the one with the highest amount of dietary fibre.

It contains double the amount of dietary fibre compared to the most types of veg and fruit.

In our German bakery we use rye flour types 997 and 1100, which are high in dietary fibre, minerals and trace minerals and other components, like antioxidants. Rye sourdough bread is a 'jack-of-all-trades' for keeping your body healthy, as there are various different effects on digestion, blood sugar level, cholesterol level and disease prevention. So by adding rye bread to a balanced diet you are contributing to the overall health of your body.

Sourdough

Is made from a simple mixture of water and flour, which is left at the right temperature, allowing the dough to bubble and become sour.

This is due to the lactobacilli and the types of yeasts, which

Dietary fibre