Friday, April 27, 2012

CSB Subscriptions are Here!

Ladies and Gents,

It's our great pleasure to introduce Good Eggs Inc., a company dedicated to
promoting and supporting local food systems! Good Eggs just launched the Bread 
SRSLY Subscription page! Which means you can now have your favorite bread
and muffins delivered to you EVERY WEEK! Yep, you heard it here folks,
subscriptions are definitely the way to go! Get yours today!

In other news, Vanessa and I have been baking and biking harder than ever! We've
got a beautiful cargo bike on loan from Pedal Revolution, a non-profit bike shop on
21st and S. Van Ness. Vanessa's been taking the reins on this bike, and is cornering
like a pro!

And we're proud to announce that our Sunset rider, Andrey Kobzar, just took first 
at the Sea Otter Classic! On a bike he built himself! For those of you in the Sunset, 
you'll have the pleasure of meeting Andrey next time you order. 

(photo ctsy SmugMug)

We're getting our packaging tightened up and store-ready! Keep your eyes peeled
for updates on where to find our bread! Right now you can request Bread SRSLY
bread at Chomp n' Swig in the Richmond and Morty's Deli at Civic Center.

If you've got a favorite spot where you'd like to see our bread, let us know! We'll be
sending out samples in a few weeks.

And spring is really here, with its clear windy days and abundant farmers markets! 
These little beet and strawberry red velvet muffins just came out of the oven. They're 
perfect with a bit of plain yogurt, while catching the last of the sun.

Finally, to celebrate our Community Supported Bakery Launch (CSB) we'll be baking
a farm-inspired assortment of Kale Sourdough, Leek Cornbread and Strawberry
Orange Muffins. To order, check out our store!

Friday, April 13, 2012

Lightning strikes

Did you catch the crazy light show last night? How could we miss it. Eight, count 'em 8, record breaking bolts of lightening struck the Bay Bridge last night, making our bike delivery lady super stoked that East Bay deliveries yesterday went off without a hitch...pre-storm!

What a beautiful photo from Phil McGrew, the 'amateur' photographer who caught this image with a long exposure and pocketful of patience that stormy night.

Plus, there's more good news coming from the East Bay. Her name is Karen and she is: Crazy Allergy Girl. Karen has been blogging about corn-free, gluten-free life in the Bay Area since 2009 and TODAY shared her thoughts about a recent visit from the GF doctor herself, Ms.Sadie.

Thanks Karen for the write-up and yes, that mozzarella with pesto on the herbed sourdough sounds delish!

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Enjoy this post-storm-cloud sunshine!

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Pin that bread baby.

Top of the morning to you. Another beautiful, sunny, blue-bird day has greeted us here in San Francisco and we couldn’t be more excited or grateful to share even more Saturday goodness to our fellow bread mongers.

Seeded Sourdough from Bread Srsly.

Vanessa C. here; this week’s Bread Srsly blogger and the newest character in the Bread Srsly show. As a celiac who leads a joyful vegetarian, gluten-free, bike-loving life in the sunny Mission district of San Francisco, am super stoked to be joining Sadie on her crusade to creating, delivering and sharing the gluten-free love by bike for our fellow sensitive foodie.

A love for photography also ribbons through my veins, so I must confess, many a food photo shoots have taken place in Sadie’s comfy, airy living room. With panels of bright, indirect sunlight streaming through, I just can’t help myself with all the beautiful textures and colors! Eek. A little bread porn to tie you over…

Seeded Sourdough from Gluten-Free Bread Srsly.
Vintage coconut gluten-free bread
hoola-hooping GF loaves

Speaking of bread, food, cabin + bike bag porn...

Yup we did it. Bread Srsly is on Pinterest. We’re curating a sweet collection of beautiful images of gluten-free baking, fresh, market-fresh fruits and vegetables, bikes, and a nostalgic ode to life on the farm with our boards. If you haven’t pinned a dang thing or have the DIY mason jar chandelier from Design Sponge in your kitchen with which you will use to light the room to make your own sauerkraut to add to your Caraway Ryeless Rye from this week, ch ch check it out. Plus if you’re looking for an invite to join the pinning party, email us at

If you ordered Hot Cross Buns for pick up today in either Cole Valley or the Mission, see you later tonight. Enjoy!

Bike delivery girl view

Happy trails to you, until we meet again.