☽ Bread 

All of our bread is naturally leavened and slowly fermented to unlock the full flavor and health benefits of our delicious, sustainably-grown Maine grain.  

All grain is currently sourced from Maine Grains - a stone grist mill in Skowhegan that sources only non-GMO and sustainably-grown grain - or directly from small farms for in-house milling. 

Stone milling slowly grinds grain at a cool temperature, preserving the natural oils and mineral content of the grain and resulting in a more nutrient-dense and flavorful flour.

Natural leavening and slow fermentation break down starches and gluten into amino acids, making bread more nutritious and digestible, with an excellent keeping quality.


Every opportunity is taken to produce a delicious and healthful product ☾ 


Current Offerings:


Country Sourdough    -   a flavorful everyday bread made with sifted wheat flour and fresh-milled rye, its crusty exterior and soft crumb are the perfect accompaniment to just about any meal.

Nordic Rye    -    A traditional Scandinavian rye made from 100% fresh-milled rye, sprouted rye berries, fresh-milled Blue Ox malted barley, organic sunflower seeds, pepitas, and golden flax.  

Baltic Rye    -    A dark, sweet and savory 100% rye made with sprouted rye and a little stout, malted barley, coffee, and blackstrap molasses.  Think pumpernickel! 

Roasted Potato + Herb    -    A soft, delicious treat made with sifted wheat flour and studded with roasted Aroostook potatoes, roasted garlic, extra virgin olive oil and garden herbs.

Anadama    -    A New England favorite - whole wheat with rotating varieties of heritage flint corn and a touch of blackstrap molasses. Toasty, sweet and nourishing.

Smoked Potato + Sweet Onion    -     A seasonal take on the Roasted Potato bread, the potatoes are lightly smoked with maple wood and folded in with charred and caramelized sweet onions.

Rustique    -    A soft Italian-style bread topped with seasonal produce and herbs.

Maple Wheat    -    A weekly sandwich loaf made with whole and sifted wheat and a hint of Maine maple syrup.