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Wild Rose Sourdough
Organic, Slow Fermented, Artisan Bread

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How it works?

New around here? Here's how it works...

We bake slow-fermented, artisan, sourdough bread, made with organic grain. Our bread is wonderfully healthy and delicious!

1. Click on the order tab above to see what we are baking each week and to order. We take orders each week between Friday-Tuesday at 10 pm.


2. Choose Pick-up OR Delivery at checkout


3. Get your sourdough on Thursday between 4-7pm


PICK-UP at Touche (116 S Main St. in Bountiful, Utah)


Get it DELIVERED between North Salt Lake-Centerville


We love a good project and would be happy to work with you. 

​​DM us on Instagram @wildrosebread


Send us an email at for inquiries.



Our Bread

Meet The Baker


The only thing I love more than bread is sharing it! I began baking bread at a commercial bakery 20 years ago to pay the college bills. While baking bread paid for a college education, it also provided an equally invigorating education in the science, art, sociology and business of bread. Baking has been an obsession ever since!


Meet Our Bread


Our natural-leavened, handcrafted, artisan bread has a custard-like crumb with a flavor that is both mild and deep. This is in part due to a long fermentation process and a unique sourdough starter, cultivated for over a century in the high desert mountains of Utah (and given to us by a friend). We use only the best ingredients and no sugars, preservatives, dough enhancers, or flavor enhancers.


You have our commitment to producing health, high quality, (and may we add beautiful) bread!


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Frequently Asked Questions

How long will my bread stay fresh?

This is True Sourdough! So, unlike most homemade bread, our bread will stay genuinely fresh for 5-6 days if stored well.

What is the best way to store my bread?

The first day, your bread will be great stored in the paper bag it came in or out on a cutting board. If your bread lasts longer than a day, transfer it to a plastic bag or some kind of beeswax cloth. 

Can I freeze the bread?

Yes! In fact, this is an excellent way to save the bread for a later date. Place your bread in a plastic bag, close and put in the freezer. When you are ready to eat your bread, pull it out of the freezer and pop it into the oven at 350 F for 30-40 minutes (only 20 minutes for Baguettes). Voilà, it will be better than new! 

Where are you located?

We are located in Bountiful, Utah. We bake out of a kitchen in our home under a Cottage Industry License issued by the State of Utah. This is not a store front, but if you'd like to catch up with us, send us a message at We would love to hear from you.

Do you do special orders!

Sure Thing! We love a good project and would be more than happy to collaborate with you on yours. Check our our Instagram @WildRoseBread for some ideas of what we've done in the past. Feel free to send Sarah a message at or call 801.636.5548

I did not pick up my order. Can I still get it?

If you are not able to pick up your order during the designated pick-up time, it will be kept for one more day at Touche. Your bread will not be guaranteed fresh after the first day. After 24 hours, your order will no longer be kept for you.

I forgot to pick up my order. Can I get a refund?

We are sorry if you were unable to pick up your order. It takes 36 hours to properly make our signature sourdough bread. So, whether or not you pick your order, we guarantee we put in the time and love into your bread so we cannot provide refunds.

Do you sell your sourdough starter?

I do not advertise our sourdough starter, but would be happy to sell some for personal use. Send us a message at

Do you teach sourdough bread classes?

I have taught several bread classes over the years, however, I do not currently offer classes. If you've tried your hand at sourdough and need a little help, I'm always available to share any tips or knowledge to help you trouble shoot your sourdough baking. Reach out to me!


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