Bread Q&A:

1. How long will my loaf last?
-Up to a week+, if stored properly! It will become drier as the week goes on, but it is great for making grilled sandwiches with or cubing up to make french toast casserole or croutons at that point. You can also process the bread into a fine crumb in a high-powered blender or food processor and freeze it for handy, delicious breadcrumbs anytime.

2. How should I store my loaf/loaves?
If you plan to eat it the same day you pickup, then feel free to remove it from the parchment paper at any time that same day, slice as desired, and store in an airtight container, plastic/reusable bag, sealed bread box, or cake dome until gone. If not eating it the same day, remove from parchment and place loaf in an airtight container until ready to slice. DO NOT leave it in the parchment paper for longer than 12 hours if planning to eat later, or it will become hardened.

You may also buy in bulk or slice in half and freeze loaves in freezer plastic wrap for up to 1-3 months.

3. What are the ingredients used?
-Always certified organic flour and sugar, when applicable. All other ingredients are carefully sourced to be as high-quality as possible (for example: raw, local milk and grass-fed butter is always used).

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