Author Archives: Danny Gabriner

Support Sour Flour by lending through Kiva

We are now working to expand our operations, and so have decided to ask for a loan through Kiva Zip. This is our second time doing a Kiva Zip loan, and the nice thing about it is that it is funded from the community of people interested in Sour Flour. The loan has 0% interest, […]

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Noe Valley Farmer’s Market

Come join us at the Noe Valley Farmer’s Market, every week from 8AM-1PM. In addition to our Sour Flour loaves, we also bring our bagels, rolls, and baguettes. This week, look out for pretzels and focaccia. You can catch Nolan running the bread stand, and if you have any special requests or would like to […]

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Cat’s 1,000th Loaf Party

Please join us at Esperanza Garden to taste some of Cat’s delicious bread. After attending a Sour Flour Workshop, Cat decided she wanted to further her bread skills, and embarked on her 1,000 loaves.  With many months of experimenting with starters, different hydrations, timings, and techniques, Cat’s bread skills have improved dramatically. The celebration of […]

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More Free Bread

We are now steadily increasing the amount of bread we are baking and selling, but that does not mean that you can’t still get free bread. We have two more bakers who have embarked upon 1,000 free loaves of bread. Cat Shimizu and Jessica Morris are baking several days a week at La Victoria, and […]

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Sour Flour Workshops

Sour Flour Workshops are a way to introduce people into the world of baking bread. Many of the people who attend our workshops have never baked any bread before, and they walk away comfortable with the fact that baking doesn’t have to be hard. We also get many people who have baked before, and they […]

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