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Weekly Update and Specials :: April 22nd-29th

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We want our kids to be able to enjoy the bounty of the planet.  We know you do, too. That’s why we run our zero-waste grocer with a sustainable future in mind.  As a triple-bottom line business, we put people and planet on the same pedestal as profit.  We want to prove that a business can care about the community and the environment while still achieving financial success. But we can’t do this without you! This year for Earth Day, come support your local zero waste grocer and help build a better food future for our children.   

Weekly Specials

Events

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Thursday, April 24th at 7pm

Come compete with your friends and neighbors for some coveted prizes (including $25 and $10 store credit for first and second place, respectively).  This is a free and open event but please note that the content is not intended for children.   

Comedy Night
Thursday, April 24th 
@ 9pm (after trivia)

Our very own comedy showcase continues!  Hosted by Team Member Ben Cholok, the funnies kick off right after trivia at 9 pm.  Come hang!

Friday Night Porch Sessions
Friday, April 25th, 7-9pm 

Friday nights are one of our favorite times to kick back and listen to some local musicians perform on our porch.  Come enjoy a pint and some grub with us, and see what community looks like after a hard week of work.  Check our Facebook page for the details.  

Kid’s Art Camp
Saturday, April 26th, 12-2pm 

This is the final session in a 4-week series of free art classes for kids taught by Erin Davis.  This week we’ll study Chihuly’s chandeliers and then use recycled materials to make our own sculptures and mobiles.  All are welcome! Get the full picture here.  Stay tuned for music and theather camp coming later this summer!  

Cooking Up Cultures’
BYOB(owl) Global Soup Party
Sunday, April 27th, 5-8pm 

We’re glad to welcome back Cooking Up Cultures for their monthly Global Soup Party.  There will be food (Chefs from El Naranjo will be serving a delicious soup), live music, and plenty of opportunities for socializing. A $10 suggested donation goes to their non-profit work.  Grab tickets here
OTHER EVENTS
Sunday, May 4th, 6pm: Go Texan Culinary Workshop w/ Traveling Recipes
Monday, May 5th, 7pm: Yoga in the Yard – Donation yoga on our lawn!
Fridays in May, 7-9pm: Brand New Key, Porch Sessions Residency
Sunday, May 11th, 2-4pm: Starlings, TN Porch Session w/ Skylar Evans

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Promotions and News

Austin Independent Business Alliance “Armadillo Awards”

This Thursday, two of our veteran Team Members are headed to the Alamo Drafthouse on Slaughter Lane to represent in.gredients at the Austin Independent Business AllianceArmadillo Awards.”  We’re humbled to be nominated in two categories, alongside many wonderful Austin businesses.  Wish us luck! 

Easter Sunday Spring Festival Pictures

Special thanks to Erin Davis, Matt Krolick, Carter Francis, Rosemary Dean, Third Coast Coffee, Sweet Ritual, Bona Dea, and Linnae Kraemer!  More pictures from our wonderful Spring Festival here.  

Fosbury Mobile Coupons

Fosbury, a mobile wallet tool that links paperless coupons to your phone’s geolocation, is a great way to stay up to speed on our latest weekly and pop-up specials.  Click here to get our pass and never miss another deal.  

Coffee of the Month

Barrett’s finds and roasts some of the tastiest coffee in town.  That’s why we’re featuring their bean from Chiapas, Mexico this month, available at a special price.  Stock up for April and live south of the border! 

Featured Vendor | Sue’s Garden

One thing we love most is working with small-scale growers to get the most delicious, local produce possible.  We’re fortunate to have a veteran gardener growing sustainable veggies literally just down Walnut Road!  Here she is making her daily delivery (zero carbon emissions!) of freshly harvested produce. Now that’s what we call eating locally. 

New Seasonal Hours

We’re now open until 11pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

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Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 10 pm
Thursday – Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

Happy Hour(s):
Monday-Friday 4-7 pm

Contact Us:
2610 Manor Road, Austin TX 78722
512-275-6357

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April 22, 2014 at 1:39 pm

Weekly Update and Specials :: April 15th – 22nd

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We’ve got a great weekend of events coming up.  See below for details on our Spring Festival on Easter Sunday (meet the “Debonaire Hare”!), and the much-anticipated return of Adriene Mishler teaching yoga on our lawn (as part of the Fusebox Festival).  Also on the horizon are two wonderful food events: Cooking Up Cultures on Sunday the 27th and our ever-so-popular Go Texan, Go Local Culinary Workshop now scheduled for May 4th.  Sign up today – spots go quickly!

Weekly Specials

You probably know by now that we’re huge proponents of eating locally and seasonally.  This isn’t always a simple or easy task, but it all starts with awareness.  Maple syrup, for example, is only produced in Northern regions where the Sugar Maple tree thrives and the climate is just right for sap flows.  So while we can’t make our own maple 

syrup here in Texas, we can still appreciate and celebrate “sugaring” season.  It’s hard for us Texans to imagine, but up North the sap is a-flowing and the syrup is a-boiling.  To honor the season of the sap flow, we’re putting our delicious and small-batch maple syrup from the Maple Valley Cooperative on sale.  Plus, we’ve shared one of our favorite cornbread recipes (“Maple Cornbread” from the Vermont Maple Syrup Cookbook – see below), and put most of the other ingredients needed to make this delicious gem on sale, too! 

Events

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Thursday, April 17th at 7pm

Come compete with your friends and neighbors for some coveted prizes (including $25 and $10 store credit for first and second place, respectively).  This is a free and open event but please note that the content is not intended for children.   

Comedy Night
Thursday, April 17th 
@ 9pm (after trivia)

Our very own comedy showcase continues!  Hosted by Team Member Ben Cholok, the funnies kick off right after trivia at 9 pm.  Come hang!

Live Music on the Porch
Friday, April 18th @ 7pm 

Enjoy your Friday evening with some blues and country tunes from one of our regulars, Skylar Evans.  From Townes Van Zandt, to Kris Kristoferson, to Leadbelly, Skylar’s got a solid repertoire of American roots music fit for a pleasant Friday night.  Come relax in our beer garden with the family and enjoy some fresh, local brews and eats while supporting local.  

Yoga with Adriene
Saturday, April 19th, 10:30am-12pm 

We’re glad to be hosting one of many free Fusebox yoga classes offered by friend and regular, Adriene Mishler.  Advance reservations are preferred.  Find out more here.  

Kid’s Art Camp
Saturday, April 19th, 12-2pm 

This is the third in a 4-week series of free art classes for kids in the neighborhood taught by Erin Davis.  This week they’ll learn about Andy Warhol and then use recycled materials to make their own work.  Get the full picture here.

Easter Sunday Spring Festival
Sunday, April 20th, 1-5pm

This Easter we’re making a whole Spring Festival out of the occasion, with candy for the kids (handed out by our “Debonaire Hare”), the return of Linnae Kraemer playing live harp (pictured at right), arts and crafts for the whole family, and lots of free samples from some of our vendors.
OTHER EVENTS
Saturday, April 19th, 12-3pm: Roscoe Open Air Market, Volume 2 Parking Lot
Sunday, April 27th, 5pm: Cooking Up Cultures Global Soup Party
Sunday, May 4th, 6pm: Go Texan Culinary Workshop w/ Traveling Recipes
Fridays in May, 7-9pm: Brand New Key, Porch Sessions Residency

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Promotions and News

New Seasonal Hours

We’re now open until 11pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Fosbury, a mobile wallet tool that links paperless coupons to your phone’s geolocation, is a great way to stay up to speed on our latest weekly and pop-up specials.  Click here to get our pass and never miss another deal.  

Coffee of the Month

Barrett’s finds and roasts some of the tastiest coffee in town.  That’s why we’re featuring their bean from Chiapas, Mexico this month, available at a special price.  Stock up for April and live south of the border! 

Featured Recipe | Maple Cornbread

This recipe is a guaranteed crowd and family pleaser.  The maple syrup makes it wonderfully moist and sweet, but the whole wheat flour keeps it hearty and nutty.  Serve it with dinner or cook it into a rich porridge for breakfast (one of our favorites!). Just mush a slice into a cup of milk and heat  slowly in a saucepan.  

From the Vermont Maple Syrup Cook Book:

in.gredients:

  • 1 1/4 c. corn meal
  • 1 c. whole wheat flour
  • 3 tsp. baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 1/2 c. maple syrup
  • 3/4 c. milk
  • 1 egg
  • 3 Tbsp. butter, melted

Directions:

  • Preheat oven to 400 F 
  • Combine dry ingredients, make a well in the center, and add the wet ingredients
  • Mix just enough to combine
  • Pour into greased 9″ baking dish
  • Bake at 400 F for ~20 minutes, or until a knife comes out clean
  • Serve warm with butter and more maple syrup! 

Next-Day Maple Cornbread Porridge

  • Mash a generous piece of cornbread into a saucepan of milk.  Stir to combine and heat slowly.  Add milk to desired consistency.  
  • Heat and stir until a smooth and thick porridge forms.  
  • Serve with maple syrup! 

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Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 10 pm
Thursday – Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

Happy Hour(s):
Monday-Friday 4-7 pm

Contact Us:
2610 Manor Road, Austin TX 78722
512-275-6357

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April 15, 2014 at 1:32 pm

Weekly Update and Specials :: March 24th – March 31st

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Announcing Our New Community Partner!

We’re pleased to announce that our new community non-profit partner, as of April 1st, is the Kealing Middle School PTA!  Congrats, y’all – we look forward to supporting and working with you over the next 6 months!  

Weekly Specials

With Spring officially upon us, we’re celebrating one of our favorite Texas seasons with two of our favorite Texas hobbies: drinking delicious craft beer and growing food out in the garden (they pair nicely, too).  

All this week we’ll take $2 off growler fills of beer, which means just 10 bucks for most of what you’ll find on our rotating taps (including Independence Brewing’s Stash, Live Oak’s Hefeweizen, and Austin Beerworks’ Pearl-Snap, to name a few).  That’s a pretty good deal for 64oz of fresh, local brews to go.  

Plus, we’re taking $2 off Joe’s Organic’s “Green Pastures” compost!  Kick start your spring garden with some rich and beautiful organic compost made right here in Austin.  

Events

Geeks Who Drink Trivia

Thursday, March 27th at 7pm

Come compete with your friends and neighbors for some coveted prizes (including $25 and $10 store credit for first and second place, respectively!).  This is a free and open event but please note that the content is not intended for children.   

Comedy Night
Thursday, March 27th 
@ 9pm (after trivia)

 Team Member Ben Cholok hosts our very own “Home Grown Comedy” night.  “Locally sourced” talent performing from 9-11pm, directly following Geeks Who Drink Trivia.  Lighten up after the intensity of the quiz competition (or celebrate your victory) and enjoy some laughs with us.     

Signing Story Time 
Saturday, March 29th at 11am

Come join The Signing Connection this Saturday morning for a unique and educational story time designed to teach you and your little one(s) how to communicate with American Sign Language! 

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Promotions and News

New Seasonal Hours

We’re now open until 11pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Fosbury, a mobile wallet tool that links paperless coupons to your phone’s geolocation, is a great way to stay up to speed on our latest weekly and pop-up specials.  Click here to get our pass and never miss another deal.  

Coffee (etc.) of the Month

Our new partnership with Equal Exchange, one of the pioneers in Fair Trade cooperatives that dates back to 1986, continues.  Find their rich “Love Buzz” coffee blend on sale all month, plus look for their emblem elsewhere in our bulk section for the highest quality, small-producer dried fruits and nuts.  We’re especially excited about their dried mango, which has the complex flavor and taste only small-batch harvests and sustainably-grown fruits can bring.  We also carry their organic baking cocoa, organic dried pineapple, and organic California almonds!

Featured Product | Pu-er

The West China Tea Company, lead by the passionate and knowledgeable “tea ninja” So-Han Fan, recently brought us these adorable “bird’s nests” of pu-er, a biologically-active aged tea from Yunnan in Southwestern China.  If you haven’t yet discovered the joy and benefits of drinking pu-er, keep your eyes out for his delightful and enlightening tea tastings in the coming months. Or, grab a few “mini tuos” and make some at home!   

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Hours:
Monday – Wednesday 9 am – 10 pm
Thursday – Saturday 9 am – 11 pm
Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

Happy Hour(s):
Monday-Friday 4-7 pm

Contact Us:
2610 Manor Road, Austin TX 78722
512-275-6357

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March 25, 2014 at 2:28 pm

Weekly Specials and Update :: March 11th – 18th

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The festival is upon us!  We kick off our own little party this Thursday evening at 5:15 PM with four bands from all over the world.  Through Saturday evening, you’ll be able to experience March’s musical energy and diversity without leaving your neighborhood.  Ditch the mayhem of downtown and come have some fun with us.  Full line up below!

Weekly Specials:

We like innovation and trying new things. That’s why we’re partnering with a mobile coupon platform developed here in Austin, TX called Fosbury.  Not only is it paperless, but it’s also geospecific, which means it cues up the deal when you’re close.  Pretty cool if you ask us.  We’re glad to be a part of their “SXSW Can’t Miss Guide,” which highlights deals at 30 spots around town.  Click here to see the full guide and download our “Free Coffee” coupon!

Instant Win Game!

 Last March we offered “Belly Bites” for new Belly users.  This year we’re doing Instant Wins: every 150 “taps” a random customer will win a free cup of coffee and every 400, a free t-shirt!  Tap to Belly, tap to play! Check out our Belly page for a full list of rewards.  

Events:

No Trivia This Week!

Sorry to any and all who were getting in their trivia groove, but we’re not hosting a Geeks Who Drink quiz this week due to our in.sessions line up of acoustic music.  Come by and hang with us anyway, and get revved up for next week. Our new “Locally Sourced” Comedy showcase will be back, too!

Gardener’s Market!
Saturday, March 15th, 9am-12pm

Join us for yet another morning of beautiful seedlings from YardFarm, compost from Joe’s Organics, and Dripping Springs Ollas!  Vendors will be on hand to answer all your questions.  

Cherrywood Lantern Walk

Friday, March 21st at Dusk
We’re glad to be the final stop on Cherrywood’s first “Lantern Walk,” a celebration of the Baha’i & Persian New Year, and the first day of Spring!  Join your neighbors at Pocket Park on 34th and Cherrywood at 7pm, then stroll up here to in.gredients with lanterns and glow bracelets to finish off the evening.   

Send us a message if you’d like to plan an event here – we’re a great spot to host your next happy hour, meeting, or birthday party.  

Promotions and News:

Seasonal Hours

We’re now open until 11pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Coffee (etc.) of the Month

We’re excited to announce a new partnership with Equal Exchange, one of the pioneers in Fair Trade cooperatives that dates back to 1986.  Find their rich “Love Buzz” coffee blend on sale all month, plus look for their emblem elsewhere in our bulk section for the highest quality, small-producer dried fruits and nuts.  We’re especially excited about their dried mango, which has the complex flavor and taste only small-batch harvests and sustainably-grown fruits can bring.  Be on the lookout for their baking cocoa, cashews, and California almonds in the coming weeks and months!  

Featured New Vendor – Revolver Brewing

Some might say we’re “obsessively local,” and they may be right.  When it comes to beer, we’re pretty much devoted to the Austin breweries we’ve known and loved since day one.  But there’s always room for something a little different, a little new, and a little delicious, especially if it’s coming from not-too-far-from-here Texas, aka Granbury.  What’s more? These guys use aquifer water and their brewery was supposed to be a fracking plant.  That’s what we call upcycling for the win.  

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Hours:
Monday thru Saturday 9 am – 10 pm (11pm Th-Sat)
Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

Happy Hour(s):
Monday-Friday 4-7 pm

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512-275-6357

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March 11, 2014 at 2:56 pm

Urban Roots

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About Urban Roots

Urban Roots is a nonprofit organization that use sustainable agriculture to transform the lives of young people in the community and increase access to healthy food in Austin.

Founded in 2007 as a program of YouthLaunch, they became an independent non-profit in the Fall of 2011. Urban Roots provides paid internships to youth (ages 14-17) to work on the farm. They set a goal of growing 30,000 pounds of produce, with 40% of that being donated to local soup kitchens and food pantries. The other 60% is sold at farmers’ markets (and at in.gredients!) and through their CSA.

Social handles

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Quick Facts

Location: Austin, TX
Distance from in.gredients: 5.2 miles
Delivery to in.gredients: By truck, in reusable cardboard boxes.

Products

A variety of seasonal vegetables. What we have in stock is dependent on what’s in season.

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January 18, 2013 at 11:30 am

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Johnson’s Backyard Garden

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About Johnson’s Backyard Garden

Johnson’s Backyard Garden is a family-run and community-supported farm, serving the Austin TX area. They started in East Austin in 2004, growing vegetables in their backyard. Their goal is to provide the Austin community with the best quality, locally grown, organic vegetables possible.

Social handles

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Quick Facts

Location: Austin, TX
Distance from in.gredients: 6.9 miles
Delivery to in.gredients: By truck, in reusable cardboard boxes.

Products

A variety of seasonal vegetables. What we have in stock is dependent on what’s in season.

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January 14, 2013 at 4:26 pm

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Eagle Mountain Cheese

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About Eagle Mountain Cheese

An avid cheese-lover with an affinity for these specialty cheeses from Europe, Dave began his journey into the world of making raw milk artisan cheese in Texas.  After all, since Texas is the ninth largest dairy state in the United States, why shouldn’t Texans be making fine artisan cheeses as found in Europe, and to some extent, as found in Vermont, California and Wisconsin?

After attending artisan cheese school in Vermont, Dave returned to Texas to refine the process of fine cheese-making and to teach the art of artisan cheese-making to his son, Matt.

Now, Dave Eagle, along with his son, Matt, offer you some of the finest hand-made cheeses found anywhere in the world.

Social handles

Website

Quick Facts

Location: Granbury, TX
Distance from in.gredients: 166 miles
Delivery to in.gredients: Delivered by Antonelli’s Cheese Shop.

Products

Drunken Monk Cheddar: This trappist-style cheese is washed with local Balcones Distillery’s whiskey. It has a semi-soft texture and an acidic sharpness. The drunken monk will pair nicely with an IPA.

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January 1, 2012 at 3:11 pm

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Green Gate Farms

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We want to give a shout out to Green Gate Farms. They don’t just cultivate delicious foods, but they believe in involving the community in the process – something we really value. Skip Connett and Erin Flynn, who head Green Gate, provide farm tours, run the farm stand, host camps, and connect farmers with consumers through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). You can even reserve their farm for your own special events. They once held an amazing Mad Hatter Tea Party.

The best part? It’s close by. Green Gate Farms is located in Austin’s historic greenbelt, on the east side of town (8310 Canoga Avenue). Visiting the farm would be a great trip with the kids, and you’ll come home with fresh produce to cook for dinner!

You can spend “Friday on the Farm” or this Saturday head over there to learn how to pickle okra with Farmer Mary.

(image via: Green Gate Farm)

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January 1, 2011 at 10:44 pm

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Third Coast Coffee

About Third Coast Coffee

Coffee was one of the first global commodities, driving the engines of empire and shaping the destinies of entire continents. It remains one of the world’s most problematic articles of trade, with the ability to radically alter ecosystems, economies, and social structures. As the vital intermediaries in the coffee trade, connecting farmers in the coffee lands with consumers in the developed world, coffee importers and roasters bear an immense responsibility. Our work touches the lives of people all over the world, directly and indirectly, and every business decision we make has global consequences.

Different coffee companies confront these challenges in different ways–and some, of course, ignore them altogether. Third Coast’s business model rests on environmental sustainability, a commitment to social justice, and complete transparency. As any of you who’ve been to the shop well know, we like to talk people’s ears off about all three: why we buy organic and transitional coffee, what Fair Trade means to us, how we go about getting our coffee, etc. We figured it was high time we put all of that down in writing. So consider this our manifesto: What we do, how we do it, and why.

Social handles

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Quick Facts


Location: Austin, TX (South Austin)
Distance from in.gredients: 7.6 miles
Delivery to in.gredients: 100% package-free | Trade-off system using re-usable air-tight containers

Products

PERU (WHOLE BEAN): Bright and sweet with sparkling acidity, medium body, very clean.

TRES COSTAS ESPRESSO (WHOLE BEAN): A bright, sweetly citrus espresso with a milk chocolate finish that goes for miles. Shines in milk.

MIXTLÁN (WHOLE BEAN): Semi-sweet chocolate notes round out this remarkably clean Mexican French roast.

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January 1, 2011 at 6:25 pm

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Bona Dea

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About Bona Dea

We are three women on a MISSION: To maximize the food options available for those with gluten intolerances whether dining out or baking in their home.

Our conscientious combination of gluten-free flours and whole grains paired with our meticulous production techniques allow Bona Dea to provide baking blends that are both delicious and healthy.

Each mix is carefully prepared using the national guidelines outlined by the Gluten Intolerance Group. We are serious about our products and want to ensure that they are produced using the safest practices possible. We take this one step further by educating our wholesale clients on safe baking practices when preparing baked goods for the gluten-intolerant community.

Social handles

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Quick Facts


Location: Austin, TX (East Austin)
Distance from in.gredients: 2.2 miles
Delivery to in.gredients: 100% package-free | Re-usable container exchange system

Products

GF All-Purpose Flour: A versatile, sans-leavening mix to suite your basic kitchen needs. Can be prepared vegan or with dairy and eggs and is the perfect on-hand solution for cookies, muffins and quick breads.

Ingredients: Whole grain sorghum flour*, potato starch, tapioca starch, whole grain brown rice flour, sweet rice flour

*Certified Organic

GF Pancake and Waffle Mix: This breakfast mix companion is a must for whipping up a quick batch of pancakes or waffles. Can be prepared with dairy or any non-dairy substitute, yogurt or kefir. Add fruit, seeds, nuts or flax for a delicious healthful punch. Here’s a recipe you can try!

Ingredients: Whole grain millet flour*, brown rice flour, potato starch, evaporated can juice sugar, vanilla sugar*, baking powder, baking soda, xanthan gum.

*Certified Organic

GF Pizza Dough Flour: A great dough which can be made ahead par-baked and frozen or mixed to order. Creates a texture similar to whole wheat and can be prepared with eggs or vegan by using soaked ground flax seed. Here’s a recipe you can try!

Written by Josh Blaine

January 1, 2011 at 6:24 pm

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