Keiji Lindsey Steph Mary Emilie David
KEIJI
Where are you from?
Tokyo
Where did you learn baking?
Self-taught
What you’re your favorite FF pastries?
plain croissant
Where would you like to live
besides Seattle?
Hawaii!!!!!
LINDSEY
Where are you from?
Bonney Lake, WA
Where did you learn baking?
Seattle Central
What you’re your favorite FF pastries?
Onion & Swiss croissant,
Pecan Currant croissant

Where would you like to live
besides Seattle?
Whistler, B.C.
STEPH
Where are you from?
Ballard, WA
Where did you learn baking?
My mother & South Seattle CC
What you’re your favorite FF pastries?
Peach danish
Where would you like to live
besides Seattle?
Oregon Coast
What is your secret talent?
Biscuits & Gravy!
MARY GRACE
Where are you from?
Oak Harbor, WA
Where did you learn baking?
Art Institute of Seattle
What you’re your favorite FF pastries?
Peach danish
Where would you like to live
besides Seattle?
Portland or Maui
What is your secret talent?
Cake frosting :)
EMILIE
Where are you from?
Quilcene, WA
Where did you learn baking?
Mom & Cinnamon Works Bakery
What you’re your favorite FF pastries?
Chocolate croissant,
Pecan Currant croissant

What is your secret talent?
I have a carbohydrate
solution for everything!
DAVID
Where did you learn baking?
Various
What you’re your favorite FF pastries?
plain croissant
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The story of Fresh Flours began with a dream and two business partners, Keiji and Etsuko.

Born and grew up in Tokyo, spent countless years of schooling in Pittsburg and Washington DC, Keiji has taken a keen interest in the world of baking over the years. 

He took his first baking job at a busy bakery in East Village, NYC.  With a passion for developing own unique recipe, Keiji decided to move out of the big city to start his baking business.  Etsuko, with a vision of evolving Japanese influenced pastries, quickly joined.  Along with their two dogs, they drove yellow Penske truck 3000 miles cross-country and landed in Seattle in September 2000.

For months, Keiji designed menu offerings from Japanese culture, and Etsuko mapped out the business plan. Their dream came true in July 2005 -- to have a place to experience all the pleasures that the finest pastries can bring – only the extraordinary pastries they love.

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