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Georgia Facebook page. The menu is broken down into three categories-sweets, muffins/cakes and breads. Sweet confections like vegan Birdseed Brittle and vegan “Not My Momma’s Fudge” are created with recognizable wholesome ingredients. Take the Birdseed Brittle, these coinshaped addictive treats are made with pecans, quinoa, rolled oats, maple syrup, chia seeds, coconut sugar, cocoa nibs, coconut oil, vanilla extract and sea salt. The fudge-like truffle on the other hand is made sweet with Medjool dates, shredded coconut, almond meal, cocoa powder, coconut sugar, maple syrup, coconut oil and sea salt. Each cloyingly sweet treat is ultimately guilt free and healthy-ish. As for the muffins, Jardine offers a variety of flavors including Spicy Nana, Chip Nana, Cranberry & Pecan Nana, and Chocolate Queen Cakes. Each muffin was moist and fresh with everyday ingredients that would make anyone with or without a wheat allergy beg for more. Each fluffy “nana” muffin was made with organic rolled oats, bananas, coconut milk, local eggs, organic maple syrup, baking powder, vanilla and sea salt. In the bread section, the Hearty Baguette is a must try. The golden crusty and chewy loaf was made with a vegan flour blend, local honey, organic virgin olive oil, organic flax meal, yeast, xanthan gum, organic apple cider vinegar, sea salt and water. The fresh bread was delivered warm, wafting its yeasty scent around the office. Embracing full disclosure, Jardine provides a typed ingredient list for each item, stressing the importance of knowing what you put into your body. Free Food GA is affiliated with the Cottage Food Program, which allows its

operators to produce non-potentially hazardous foods in their home kitchens. Since this home bakery does not have an official storefront, Jardine collaborates with local businesses to set up weekly pick-up locations. She also personally delivers to business locations in the Richmond Hill area for a $25 minimum. Once a customer decides what to order, they will send an email to FreeFoodGeorgia@yahoo.com, two days prior to the drop off or pick up date. On Tuesdays, Free Food Georgia orders are available for pick up at Game Changers Running Store in Richmond Hill from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Starting June 21, there will also be a pick-up and pop-up bakery set up at White Whale Craft Ales every Wednesday from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Jardine will showcase a handful of goodies available for purchase, along with samples, in addition to special order pick-ups at this new location. Free Food GA is looking forward to their partnership with White Whale Craft Ales, knowing the importance of small businesses sticking together to support one another. In the future, Jardine plans to collaborate with White Whale on creating of a gluten-free lager that could be incorporated into boozy beer bread. In addition to these partnerships, Free Food GA also sources local goods, like honey from Swamp Honey and eggs from Swallowtail Pines. When it comes to food, people with allergies should not have to sacrifice flavor and quality. Free Food Georgia sets the standard, proving that wholesome baked goods can be equally good for your health and taste buds. CS Check out their website: freefoodgeorgia.wordpress.com

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