How does it work?
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I need to order ahead?
Being a small batch bread producer, I bake to order so I can minimise waste and focus on those breads that are most popular.
Making sourdough bread is a three-day process. It involves time, patience and love to produce bread which is delicious and nutritious. I bake on Fridays and the schedule may vary depending on what's being baked each week.
When can I order my bread?
Orders for collection on the following Friday go live on Friday afternoon until I sell out or close the shop on Tuesday night. Reminders will be posted on social channels.
If you want to be sure to have great bread on your table every week, please sign up for the month ahead and receive a discount on your loaf.
Where do I collect my bread from?
The collection address is in Argyle Crescent, Portobello, EH15 2QE. I'll e-mail you further details about your collection slot once you order, but it is generally between 2pm and 6pm.
I respectfully ask you to consider not collecting bread by car if possible to minimise impact to the environment and our neighbours.
Do you offer any delivery options?
If you live in EH15 but can't collect, please contact me to discuss delivery. A minimum single delivery order of £8 will apply.
I'm not going to make the delivery slot... can you hold my bread until later?
I will send you a notification on bake day to remind you that your bread is ready to collect. Unfortunately, bread not collected by 6pm can't be held and I can't offer refunds for bread not collected - time, energy, ingredients, packaging etc have all been expended by then. Feel free to have a friend pick up your bread. Otherwise, I aim to donate any leftover bread locally.
Please note that while every effort is taken to avoid cross contamination, products are made in an environment that contains, wheat, gluten, nuts, peanuts, milk, sesame, mustard, celery, egg and soy, so there may be allergen traces in all products.