Glorious was born from an experiment—possibly the greatest experiment I'd
In the process, I came to learn how to use and trust my intuition. I experienced one after another of incredible opportunities and synchronicities that God kept lining up for me. I called upon my spirit friends for help and they showered me with support.
The business grew fast and just nine short months after setting out to bake bread, Glorious Artisan Bakery opened in the heart of Spokane near Browne’s Addition. Now we have the incredible privilege to serve and love people from our beautiful, inspiring space.
To this day, if people ask me what I do, I say that I bake amazing rustic bread. I say this with humility and with no sense of vanity or pomp because I honestly don’t know what makes the bread look and taste so incredible - outside of the prayers and blessings I say over it. Technically speaking, I don’t do anything special with the bread. I mean I use a basic recipe, wild yeast like we’ve baked bread with for thousands of years, and standard practices.
These prayers and blessings often take place when I’m feeding the wild yeast culture (named Glorious). I close my eyes, center myself in my heart, and imagine all of the people’s lives that she’ll touch. As I pray, I’m asking God to help create a reality where simplicity, connection, wholesomeness, laughter, love, giving, radiance, joy, peace, calm, beauty, inspiration, and desire fill our days. I see the bread touch people and call them back to a place of simplicity and wholesomeness. I see people as they put a bite into their mouth, close their eyes and revel in the taste - all the while the bread becomes part of their physical makeup and sparks health, inspiration, love, and joy inside of them. I see it drawing people together in connection. I see people setting aside technology and their busy lives to come back to the dinner table - feeling the instinctual pull of community and connection. I watch and a smile spreads across my face as it pulls lovers closer over an intimate dinner.”
It is with these intentions and blessings that we put our bread…and ourselves…out into the world!
Live well! ;)