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Texas Boule Baker Sells His Pricey Loaves By Subscription

July 8, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
A transplanted New Yorker (and University of Texas neuroscientist) who is fascinated by the chemistry of bread making has launched a bakery specializing in French style organic sourdough boules. The artisanal boules -- basically round, slightly flattened loaves – can now be purchased through a subscription service at 10 loaves for $100. Miche Bread founder Sandeep Gyawali uses whole wheat, whole rye and whole spelt grains that he mills himself, forms the boules that are leavened naturally and fermented slowly, a four-day process.
Addie Broyles, "Austin’s first bread subscription service launches", Austin360, July 08, 2015, © Statesman Media
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