A gluten and grain-free lifestyle is about more than just avoiding the pitfalls of highly processed ingredients found in everyday products we consume. It is a choice to take a path of wellness that stems from simplicity, honesty, and harmony with your surroundings. 

Our bread is truly "Ground Breaking/Ground Breading"! It tastes delicious, and this is why our motto is "delicious freedom". We are very proud to say our ingredients are items you know and can pronounce!

Water, Organic Arrowroot Flour, Organic Almond Flour, Organic Coconut Flour, Organic Psyllium Husk Powder, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Organic Black Chia Seeds, Yeast, Organic Maple Syrup, Himalayan Pink Salt, Organic Olive Oil 

Organic Arrowroot Flour
It comes from a tropical plant called Maranta arundinacea and is very easily digestible. It contains potassium, iron and B vitamins. 

Organic Almond Flour
This is a common wheat flour replacement. It is very nutritious and rich in vitamin E and magnesium. Almond flour has a very low glycemic index and high in healthy fats in fiber.

Organic Coconut Flour
This is a low carb fiber made from coconut flesh. Coconut flour is a a great source of healthy fats. It provides MCTs, as well as a good amount of fiber and iron. 

Organic Psyllium Husk Powder
Psyllium comes from a shrub-like herb called Plantago Ovata. Each plant can produce up to 15,000 tiny, gel-coated seeds, from which psyllium husk is derived. It is known for its high soluble fiber content and is a prebiotic that helps healthy probiotics grow in the gut.

Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
We love ACV, and so proud to have this amazing ingredient in our bread. This ancient creation has so many health benefits, and we are passing it onto you with every bite! 

Organic Ground Chia Seeds
Chia seeds are packed with nutrients. They’re full of protein, fiber and Omega 3’s. These are also very low in carbs due to the very high fiber content and high in protein especially for being a plant source. A few other nutrients that are in chia seeds include calcium, phosphorus, and and magnesium.

Organic Maple Syrup
Contains minerals like manganese, riboflavin, calcium and zinc and at least 24 different antioxidants. 

What is the difference between organic almond flour and conventional almond flour? 
This is SO important to understand. Conventional almond flour farmers use propylene oxide, a super toxic fumigant. Organic almonds NEVER use this. Please read our Blog, The Truth About Organic vs. Non-Organic Almonds... WOW! You will be shocked! There are not many breads made with organic almond flour due to it being three times as expensive as conventional almond flour. It is our mission to give the world a truly organic, chemical free bread, and we hope our customers appreciate it. To learn even more, please read Why Organic Almonds? Because of the Super-Toxic Fumigant Propylene Oxide

Is your bread 100% gluten-free?
Yes, we bake in a 100% gluten-free kitchen and all our ingredients are gluten-free.

What does grain-free mean?
Grain-free means our bread does not include any grains whatsoever (rice, oats, etc.), which most gluten-free breads contain. It fits into a Paleo/anti-inflammatory diet as well. To learn more, please visit Grain-Free.

Does your bread have fiber and protein?
Yes, our bread is high fiber and gets protein from the organic almond flour.

Is your bread Vegan?
Yes, we do not use any dairy products in our recipes.

Is your bread Paleo?
Yes, our bread is Paleo friendly, and it does not contain any grains like brown rice flour, which a lot of gluten-free breads tend to have. It also has no refined sugars.

Is your bread organic? 
Yes, we pride ourselves on using only the highest quality organic ingredients in our bread.

Is your facility peanut free? 
Yes, our bread is made in a 100% peanut free facility.

Does your bread contain soy? 
No, it does not contain any soy.

Where does the 1g of sugar come from in the bread? 
We use a very small amount of organic maple syrup in our bread. It is a natural and unrefined sugar.

Can I freeze the bread?
Yes, we suggest cutting the bread into slices and then putting in an airtight container in the freezer.