Who took all the photographs on the website and are they of actual food that is sold?
Jacob Grant of Jacob Grant Photography took the good photos. All the pictures on the site are not stock photos and are actual photos of food that has been made. He seriously makes my products looks amazing in photos! If you need a photographer for anything, you should ask him.
How will I receive my order?
Orders can be picked up on Sunday evenings from my place of residence.
How will I pay for my order?
I am accepting cash and Venmo payments. Don’t worry :), I report everything for taxes (I would feel bad if I didn’t). I just don’t want to deal with credit card charges and don’t want to pass on any additional costs associated with processing credit card fees to my customers.
What if there is a problem with my order?
I am constantly tweaking recipes, proofing times, baking times, and processes based on the time of the year and weather conditions (yep-the weather is a huge variable in making sourdough bread). I am far from perfect and will make mistakes. Let me know in the contact us tab or text/call me directly (805-319-8404) to let him know of any issues so that I can correct them. I will make it up to you on your next order!
How can I store my bread?
HERE is some advice from The Perfect Loaf. In summary, you can use a breadbox (I store my bread in my dutch oven), use resealable wrap like Bee’s Wrap, or use paper bags, kitchen towels, and plastic bags. The site recommends to not store it in the refrigerator, but you can store it in the freezer for long periods of time.
Do I get charged for delivery?
I started the business during April of 2020 as a bike delivery service on top of baking bread. Now, customers pick up their order from my place of residence where I run my cottage business-because of that, I also lowered my bread prices!