bread rises at the hearth of community

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going with the grain

artisanal breads

        hand baked at

Harrisville, Pennsylvania

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                                   Our breads are sold at these locations:                                       

           

Willie's Smoke House                           Route 8   Harrisville         Friday  morning delivery

                                                                    

   Core Goods                                            Seneca St   Oil City           Wed - Sat  weekly 

*order breads through Edible Earth Farm CSA farm store for delivery with your CSA share!

*check here to check if our own GWTG  webstore is open

  

                

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Country French Levain
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Natural Leavens
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Seeded Six Grain
 
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Our Bakery

 

Going With The Grain resides in a certified commercial bakery on our small farm in northernmost Butler County.  We are passionate about providing nourishing, healthful food for local families and we delight in baking as many local and regional 'connections' as possible into each loaf. 

 We use certified organic flours & grains from Frankferd Farms (Butler County), Small Valley Milling  (Dauphin County) as well as herbs, produce or honey from  local organic farms.

The bakery is, intentionally, a one-person operation. This is definitely not industrial grocery store bread. This is Slow Bread

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Our Products

We offer a wide variety of breads. Depending on the season and location of sale, you may find these popular varieties:

(bread photos and ingredients here)

Country French Levain

Roasted Garlic & Rosemary

Farmhouse Sour

Whole Wheat Sourdough

Sesame Spelt

Cracked Wheat

Seeded Six Grain

Cinnamon Raisin Oats & Honey

Italian 

Three Seed Deli Rye

Kalamata Olive Sourdough

100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Loaf

Focaccia

Flaxseed Rye

Roman-style Pizza Dough

look for special holiday loaves and treats during the winter months as well as Braided breads for Spring celebrations