We’ve been very lucky to have Vital Vittles of Berkeley at our hospital’s farmers’ market for about 4 years. They grind their own flours from organic grains and make a wide variety of great bread, rolls, and, yes, cinnamon rolls and cookies.
Organic whole grain bakeries don’t necessarily have to be all about products that taste like cardboard. The only complaint I have ever heard about their bread is that it may get moldy in 4 or 5 days if left out. That’s simply because they don’t use chemicals you can’t pronounce. If you refrigerate their bread, it last longer.
I used one of the Vital Vittles dinner rolls to make the bread crumbs I used to bread sand dabs. They turned out really well.
Served with a big salad and some sautéed mushrooms with garlic and fresh thyme, you’ve got a good meal.