Are your products suitable for coeliac/ gluten free diets?
Absolutely! We took into account that coeliac patients cannot have the slightest contact with gluten. All our products are formulated gluten free + our production kitchen does not harbor any glutenous ingredients.
Why are your products in the fridge when others are all on the shelf?
Unlike typical bread that is baked in high temperature (=>180oC), our bread range is
1. processed in low temperature to maximize nutrient retention
3. Fermented in a wet batter for 24 hours.
Therefore it is more moist and is best kept in fridge to prevent mold.
Our truffles are also made from fresh ingredients instead of dried, thus if you don’t consume it (which we recommend), storing it cold will help prevent mold.
*note on refrigeration: if your bread has spent considerable time outside of refrigeratino for any reason simply slice and freeze to ensure a stable and enduring shelf life.
Why is your bread chunky? I’m used to a lighter bread
Our bread range is flour-less and we are proud of that. Flour-less means the bread you get is comprised completely of whole, sprouted seeds and chopped organic vegetables rather than the relatively high G.I. flours often used to bind and bulk up similarly marketed breads (ie. tapioca, rice, etc).
I can’t finish the whole bread in 4 days, can I store them longer?
Yes! You can pre-slice our bread and freeze them for future use. Just double toast to get the light, crunchy toast result you've grown to love! The "best by" date on the label is just that ... it's best when consumed by that date. However the bread is often perfect for consumption well after.
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