Enlightened kitchen is a wholesale foodservice operation offering premium, simple and primarily organic whole food products. We transform ingredients from local, organic sustainable agricultural produce into organic baked goods, and other value-added products such as soups, sauces, and salads.
enlightened kitchen produces real bread brand, organic whole grain artisan hand-crafted sourdough breads featuring local organic ingredients. Real bread is available through specialty retail, natural foods stores and direct sales through our breadshare program.
enlightened kitchen operates enlightened schoolyard inspiring children and families through kitchen and garden learning. This program operates at artesian road living foods farm site.
we support products form these local producers:
artesian road living foods, fond du lac,wi - produce
maple hill farms, washburn, wi - grain
caprine supreme, black creek, wi - goat cheese
the little farmer, malone, wi - apples, apples cider, herbs
rolling meadows sorghum, elkhart lake, wi - sorghum syrup, flour
garden of weedin', elkhart lake, wi - produce
backyard bounty, plymouth, wi - produce
patz maple and honey farms - through retail channels
Artisan hand-crafted, sourdough-raised organic breads. join our breadshare program and choose your bread weekly. this program operates like a farm csa. Support your local baker - better planning. Better prices. Better bread.
the breadshare programs is a 12-week pre-buy program that helps us plan and you save.
fall | winter - november through april
spring | summer - june through october
we offer weekly whole wheat and rye varieties featuring local, seasonal, sustainable produce and products
Season: January through January
Type: 3rd party CSA service
# of Shares: 300
Full Share: $100 - 1 bread/week for 20 weeks, $195 - 2 breads/week for 20 weeks
1/2 Share: $55 - 1 bread/every other week for 20 weeks, $100 - 2 breads/every other week for 20 weeks
Work Req? No
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From Our Blog
Supersize my loaf!
Recently I received an email form a Bread CSA member concerning the size of our bread loaves and wondering if there was a way to maintain cost effectiveness while using organic ingredients. Below is my response which I think addresses the heart of the issue.... [more]