You might say we’re awfully sentimental about food. We remember back to the way it used to be: grown locally by honest families we knew. Glorious harvests of naturally cultivated grains. True ingredients, prepared simply. It’s time to rediscover these methods, perspectives and virtues – treasures that we almost lost, somewhere in the past.
Change comes in surprising ways. One day you wake up, tilt a box toward your breakfast bowl, and suddenly the world is different: Sweetened by palm sugar. Revitalized by sprouted grains. Add a dozen ripe strawberries, and there’s no going back.
Great bread starts with great grain. We believe you’ll thank our sprouted grain for adding generous measures of flavor, nutrition – and unapologetic joy – to each loaf we bake.
“Let a hundred flowers bloom,” a revolutionary once said. We say: Let a harvest of sprouting grains become flour! It’s not much of a rallying cry for our flavorful grains, but it sure makes for a bloomingly memorable meal.
“To plant a seed is an act of optimism,” the saying goes. Planting seeds in delicious warm loaves is our way of saying: Joy to the world!