Community Bread Activities
Meet Slodo, our sourdough mascot, learn a life skill and discover the many nutrional benefits of baking your own (sourdough) bread
Our goal is to teach children nutrional awareness all the way from milling grain to teaching them how to bake a simple healthful loaf with a long fermentation for easier digestibility
BREAD ART THERAPY
Using the BREAD House Network "Theater of Crumbs" method of story telling through flour and bread puppets
Participate in our "Share The Loaf" program and bake bread for neighbors with food insecurities
Share The Loaf
Bread is Love
Our community building "Share The Loaf Program" is a wonderful way of teaching not only how to bake a healthier bread for yourself and your family but also a way of teaching altruism. The breads baked by our "crumbassadors" will be shared with local food pantries.
We have worked with local communities, church communities and are currently working on a customized program with elementary school students to teach about the benefits of baking your own bread. They learn about the nutritional aspects of whole grain goodness and will have the opportunity to mill their own flour, learn to bake a delicious loaf of bread and confidently bake a loaf for senior citizens with food insecurities with a personalized note card attache to the bread bag.
We provide all ingredients, instructions and packaging supplies. Contact us for further details.
The Story of your Love
‘Love Bread’ is a unique uplifting date night event for couples who have chosen to share with each other the salty and the sweet in life. The event follows the methods of the BREAD Houses Network “Theater of Crumbs” and allows the couples to share their love through bread making. We will invite you to draw in the flour, discover the metaphors behind the ingredients of the bread, and of course, to create your own unique bread which you will break and share with each other.
(No bread baking experience required)
Duration 1 to 1.5 hrs
$50 donation requested