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Tips and Directions

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Storage Tips 
Make the most of your purchase by following these tips:
  • Let warm bread rest on a rack until cool. Its hard to resist cutting into hot, fresh bread, but try! Slicing bread while its warm may cause the crust to come away from the bread, or compress the crumb. 
  • Do not put warm bread into a sealed container. Let it cool completely before putting it any container or non-breathable bag.
  • Use a bread bag to store your bread, or put it in a loosely closed plastic bag. Brioche needs to ne kept in a sealed bag, it will dry out quickly. 
  • Nourish products are best kept in a cool place, out of the sun. If you item is frosted, or has a curd or a creme, it is best kept in the fridge. Keeping other items in the fridge will affect the texture.
  • Freeze away! Make sure you use a high quality, sealable, freezer safe  container and get as much air out of the container as possible. Most items can be frozen up to a year, the better the container, the less air, the longer it will last.
  • Let frozen products thaw at room temperature, and if you want it warmed use a toaster or convection oven,. The microwave is not a friend to any of our baking.
  • Our meal prep, meals, soups and stews need to refrigerated or frozen until use. 
  • We use no preservatives, so our products are best consumed within a few days.
  • Seeded Sourdoughs may get a bit of bright green around sunflower seeds- this is a natural reaction to the sourdough and is not harmful, Just chemistry.
  • Slice bread with a sharp, toothed bread knife- slicing bread with other knives may cause crumbling, tear the crust from the bread or compress the crumb.
  • Consider slicing bread before freezing, so you can take out bread slices as you need them
  • Questions? Email us!

 

Consider this

Have some bread that is getting a bit dry? Donuts that you stashed from the kids and then forgot and now they aren't so fresh? Here are some great ideas for things that aren't at their optimum anymore

Bread and baked goods can be used to make:

  • Bread Crumbs
  • French Toast
  • Bread Pudding ( we love a mix of donuts and bread or cinnamon buns)
  • Cookie Crumb Crusts
  • Croutons
  • Monte Cristo Sandwich

Soups

  • Add extra veggies, cooked chickpeas ,quinoa or rice
  • Use it as a sauce! Make Spaghetti Bolognese, Tuna Casserole, Stroganoff, Swedish Meatballs, Cabbage Rolls, Shepherds Pie
  • Add Protein to make it uniquely yours: sausage, smoked tofu, chickpeas. 
  • Spice it up! Add hot sauce, Braggs, Chili Garlic Paste

Simple Sourdough Mix Directions

You will need:

  • One Large Bowl
  • Whisk or Fork
  • Large Spoon for Mixing
  • Well Oiled Bread Form 
  • Baking Thermometer
  • Clean Kitchen Towel
  • Oven with a rack in the middle, and a small ovenproof pan of water on the bottom
  • 3 Tbsp Oil of choice plus oil for oiling hands and top of formed dough
  • 1 Cup Milk of Choice
  • 2 Cups 100% sourdough starter OR
  • 1 ¼  Cups of Gum and Gluten Free Flour mixed with 1 Tbsp yeast and 1 Cup Warm Water
  • Cooling Rack

Directions

  1. Place Mix in Large Bowl, whisking until thoroughly mixed
  2. Add Oil, Starter and Milk, Mix thoroughly
  3. Cover and let sit, covered, 30 minutes. Dough will firm up.
  4. Oil your hands, knead dough a few times, then form dough into desired shape
  5. Place dough in pan, pat or brush oil on exposed surfaces
  6. Place kitchen towel over pan, not touching surface of dough, place in a warm spot to rise            
  7. Let dough rise until nearly doubled.3-6 hours for sourdough, or 1 hour for yeasted bread.
  8. Heat oven to 400 degrees, place bread pan into center of oven
  9. Bake until bread has an internal temperature of 195 degrees, about 30 minutes depending on oven 
  10. Once bread is to temperature, place pan on the rack to cool for 10 minutes
  11. Remove from the pan and allow to cool at least 30 minutes before cutting. 
  12. Cool completely before bagging. 
  13. Store bagged bread in a cool spot out of the sun, Bread can be frozen for up to 6 months.

 

Fresh Dough Directions

Our fresh dough is best baked within 3 days of purchase, and needs to be stored towards the back of your fridge. It will continue to ferment, so each day the dough will be tangier then the day before. We do not recommend storing longer than 3 days or freezing the dough. 


You will need:

  • Well Oiled Bread Form  
  • Baking Thermometer
  • Clean Kitchen Towel
  • Oven with a rack in the middle, and a small ovenproof pan of water on the bottom
  • Cooling Rack
  • Oiled or Tapioca Dusted Counter Top or place parchment over countertop

Directions

  1. Place Dough on countertop,
  2. Oil your hands, knead dough a few times, then form dough into desired shapes. If doing cinnamon rolls or pizza shells, you will want to roll or press it out to about 1 cm in thickness. 
  3. Put formed dough into your oiled pan, place in a warm spot, pat oil onto exposed surface, cover with Kitchen Towel, and let dough rise until nearly doubled, about 3-6 hours
  4. Heat oven to 400 degrees, place bread pan into center of oven
  5. Bake until bread has an internal temperature of 195 degrees, about 30 minutes depending on your oven and shape of loaf.
  6. Rolls and Buns may take as little as 15 minutes, and the internal temperature is 180 degrees. Pizza shells take about  15 minutes, they can be cooled and bagged, and topped at a later time. We recommend brushing with seasoned oil prior to baking, and baking just until slightly golden.
  7. Once bread is to temperature, remove from the oven, let sit in the pan on the rack to cool for 10 minutes, then remove from the pan and allow to cool at least 30 minutes before cutting. Allow bread to cool completely before bagging. 
  8. Store bagged bread in a cool spot out of the sun, Bread can be frozen for up to 6 months,

 Questions? Email us!

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