Ciabatta

Crossett Hill
Crossett Hill
December 10, 2016
Baguette
September 27, 2016

The unusual shape of this traditional Italian loaf gave it its name – ciabatta is Italian for “slipper.” Large interior holes are Ciabatta’s classic characteristic, making it ideal for dipping in olive oil and sauces.

Ingredients

Certified organic wheat flour (QC-grown), water, salt, fresh baker's yeast.

The unusual shape of this traditional Italian loaf gave it its name – ciabatta is Italian for “slipper.” Large interior holes are Ciabatta’s classic characteristic, making it ideal for dipping in olive oil and sauces.

Ciabatta At A Glance

5 Word Summary Whole Grain Interior Crumb Availability
Italian table bread 0% very open Everyday

Find Ciabatta At The Following Locations:

Red Hen Baking Cafe

Middlesex, VT

Brattleboro Food Co-op

Brattleboro, VT

City Market, Onion River Co-op

Burlington, VT

Hanover Co-op Food Store

Hanover, NH

Co-op Market

Hanover, NH

White River Junction Co-op Food Store

White River Junction, VT

Healthy Living Market & Café

South Burlington, Vermont

Hunger Mountain Co-op

Montpelier, VT

Jericho Market

Jericho Center, VT

Lebanon Coop Food Store

Lebanon, NH

Middlebury Natural Food Co-op

Middlebury, VT

Mehuron’s Supermarket

Waitsfield, VT

Richmond Market & Beverage

Richmond, VT

Shelburne Supermarket

Shelburne, VT

Shaw’s – Montpelier, VT

Montpelier, VT

Shaw’s – Waterbury, VT

Waterbury, VT

Shaw’s – Williston, VT

Williston, VT

South Royalton Market

South Royalton, VT

Sweet Clover Market

Essex Junction, VT

Village Market of Waterbury

Waterbury, VT

Woodstock Farmers Market

Woodstock, VT

Jake’s Quechee Market

Quechee, VT

Natural Provisions

Saint Johnsbury, VT

Rutland Area Food Co-op

Rutland, VT

Castleton Village Store

Castleton, Vermont

Plainfield Co-op and Community Center

Plainfield, VT

Spring Ledge Farm Stand

New London, NH

The Wine and Cheese Depot

Ludlow, VT

We're Baking Again!

Reopening Thursday.

After having to take a brief pause to keep everyone safe, we are getting back to baking. Beginning on Tuesday, January 26th., you will find our bread in stores again.

On this first day back, you won’t see baguettes, but you will find five varieties on the shelves. Over the next four days, our selection will be increasing. By the end of the week, we expect to be back to full baking capacity. Our goal is to open the cafe on Thursday. More updates to follow...

Thank you to everyone for the support over the last few days. You mean the world to us!