Our story starts in Paonia, Colorado with a sourdough starter my Grandaddy kept. My Mom followed in his footsteps and raised us on homemade sourdough bread and cinnamon rolls. In Hawaiian, ohana means family. With my best partner and husband Shane, a farmer at heart and in profession, we have spent many years together studying sourdough fermentation, grain, milling flour, networking and connecting with other sourdough-souls. These people and the people that we serve are all our ohana.
Both the opportunity to move to Hawaii and to grow our business happened in 2014. On the Hamakua Coast of the Big Island, we started and maintained our starter. She sat under the salty trade winds, and was used every single day. Our Hawaii ohana embraced us and helped to shape who we are today.
We welcome you with open arms to our bread ohana