Community supported bakery

 

You may have heard of CSA shares, or Community Supported Agriculture - well, how about a Community Supported Bakery? By purchasing a month or more of bread at a time, you are helping us weather the slow season between farmers markets. We still get to bake, and you still get bread!

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How does it work?

From November to April we bake for pre-order on Tuesdays and Fridays. You sign up for a bread share and select the weeks you’d like bread; we will send you an email two days before with our bread options for the coming pick-up day. We always offer classic sourdough, multigrain sourdough, honey oat, and either caraway rye or seeded rye, with rotating specials such as cranberry walnut or cinnamon raisin. You reply with your selection and on Tuesday or Friday you can come pick up your bread downtown between 3 and 6pm.

We ask that you commit to at least one month and pay at your first pick-up, though if you need to opt out on certain weeks that's ok too - we try to accommodate for different schedules. The cost is $6/ a loaf , $24 to $30 / a month depending on how many weeks are in the month. 

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Tuesday @ Sage & Oats

Every Sunday you will receive an email with your options for Tuesday Bread Share. You reply with your selection, we bake Tuesday morning and will be downtown on Friday afternoon (from 3 to 6 pm at Sage & Oats) for you to pick up your weekly bread.

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Friday @ MT Book Company

Every Wednesday you will receive an email with your options for Friday Bread Share. You reply with your selection, we bake Friday morning and will be downtown on Friday afternoon (from 3 to 6 pm at MT Book Company) for you to pick up your weekly bread.

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Not sure you want to commit?

Come see us anyway, we always bake a few extra!

Can I purchase a bread share to give as a gift?

Yes! We have gift certificates available - currently for purchase at the farmers market or on Tuesdays at Sage & Oats. Please email for more info

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