including hyperlinks to all individual bake sale information!
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We are reaching out to our wholesale customers throughout Texas and asking that y’all collaborate with Barton Springs Mill to support #BakersAgainstRacism. This is a worldwide virtual bake sale, occurring on June 20th. We fully support the initiative, and want to contribute, but we needed more time to do so. With the original organizers’ blessing, we have decided to propel the momentum, and hold another event on July 11th, specific to Texas bakers!
Barton Springs Mill will be donating
* ONE TON OF FLOUR *
to y’all, so you may hold your own individual virtual bake sales on July 11th!
By accepting a flour donation from BSM, you must agree to donate 100% of your virtual bake sale profits to the movement. As a business, you may choose any organization that contributes to putting an end to racism, and the unjust treatment of Black people in America. It is our hope that this collaborative effort will assist in funneling donation profits to as many community organizations across Texas as possible, while maximizing local financial support to the movement.
Sounds dope, right?
Want to participate?
Here’s the breakdown:
Flour Choices for #TexanBakersAgainstRacism Donation:
I’ve been sourcing heirloom grains (mostly einkorn) for years for health and family allergies purposes. To have this amazing mill right here from all fairly local suppliers is a huge blessing. The quality of all of their grains is amazing. The 00 varieties are so light and easy to bake with, no more heavy, dense or course results. The Rouge de Bordeaux is delicious with a sort of cinnamon note that makes the best cakes and muffins. Thanks for being a pioneer and bringing healthy good quality grains to the public. You’ve built it out using antique mills and are really embracing the slow food movement. Our tastebuds and healthy guts thank you!