Wondering if any of you get your baking ingredients from a supplier that can give you bigger quantities than in the grocery stores. Some of the stuff I need comes in small packages and it just seems ridiculous to have to open a million packages and waste all that packaging. I know the costco in my area has nice large packages of sugar and flour. What about piping bags, baking pans, literally anything you get in large/bulk.
I saw that bob's red mills send out large bags of stuff which is amazing! I am doing vegan baking, with some gluten free options. I am trying to find a good vegan butter/margarine in a decent size for it's price too.
I use amazon sometimes. Usually my grocery store or cost co type store. I use the local cake decorating store for specialty items.
have you tried bulk barn? i've purchased large quantities of items like icing sugar, shortening from them. you have to ask them to order them in.
competitivee prices too!
i'd recommend checking with restaurant supply houses -- and also when you find the margarine you like contact the maker and see who sells it for them --
best to you
i mean sometimes you might be able to buy it directly from the maker -- ask like-minded restaurants where they get their stuff