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Passionately Baked, Lovingly Shared.

Fields of Flavor delivers artisanal bread baked with love by one dedicated Midwest soul. Using locally sourced ingredients, each loaf celebrates our region's bounty, ensuring every bite is a taste of homegrown goodness.


The vision is to bring the essence of the heartland to your table through our farm-fresh ingredients and homemade recipes. It is ensured that each loaf embodies the warmth and authenticity of Midwest living.

Meet your baker

Kim, the baker at Fields of Flavor, is passionate about creating a welcoming space for bread lovers and those with sensitive stomachs. Inspired by the unique fermentation process of sourdough, she crafts a variety of artisanal treats that cater to diverse tastes. Join her in savoring the comfort and flavors of her creations, where each loaf and sweet treat is infused with care, love, and the intention to nourish.

How to order

Artisanal bread and treats are crafted in limited batches to ensure quality and freshness. Once your order is confirmed, pick-up times will be arranged for your convenience, allowing you to enjoy our creations at their peak deliciousness. 

Tips & Tricks

How to revive bread

  • From frozen state, let thaw overnight or at least 6 hours.

  • Preheat the oven to 325° F

  • Generously sprtiz bread with water.

If you are working with a half-loaf, be careful not to get the cut side wet

  • Place your loaf on the middle rack for 10-15 minutes depending on thickness of the loaf.

Baguettes go a bit faster; giant boules will take longer.

  • Remove from the oven and let cool for 5 minutes on a wire rack.

Is sourdough bread healthier than regular bread? 

Is sourdough bread healthier than regular bread? Sourdough offers benefits like easier digestibility due to gluten breakdown, a lower glycemic index, and increased prebiotics for gut health. Its natural leavening process and reduced phytic acid enhance mineral absorption. The extended fermentation creates a richer, tangier flavor, appealing to those favoring traditional methods. Some with mild gluten sensitivities report improved tolerance. Sourdough provides a more natural, flavorful, and potentially digestible alternative.

How to store my sourdough bread?

To store sourdough bread, keep it in a cool, dry place like a bread box or cloth bag for airflow. Avoid refrigeration to prevent staling. If not eating within a few days, freeze slices in an airtight container. To enjoy, thaw at room temperature or lightly toast.

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