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Baking For Love: JMJ Hearth Breads @ Holy Family in White Center

When I was at the White Center Jubilee Days Street Fair last weekend I happened across a booth, where two gentlemen were selling and sampling delicious whole grain breads.  I was surprised to learn that they operate solely with the help of parishioners and volunteers, and that they sell their bread at Holy Family after masses.  Here is their mission statement:

Our belief is based on God's revelation to man that human dignity is key to a happy, whole, and life-giving existence. Providing quality, wholesome bread is our way to keep this fact alive for everyone. Our volunteers are committed to upholding this standard. As a result, all of our fund raising will be from parishioners and referrals. In order to keep prices reasonable, we are accepting donations as well.

They also would love the help of volunteers; for more information please visit their website.  You can also pre-order, as I understand that they tend to sell out of their bread quickly.  I can totally understand why - the bread I sampled at the street fair was downright heavenly, pardon the pun!

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Comment balloon 0 commentsLisa Bosques • July 28 2008 12:20PM
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