Thank you so much for all your support! The project has far exceeded my expectations--in just a little over a week at that. And there are still a lot more bags of granola left to be claimed!
Thank you all very much!
Everybody likes granola. It's great in milk, yogurt, or right out of the bag. It can be eaten as a meal by itself and can be very filling. Who says it has to be the same old granola though?
The granolas I make are a little different...a little unordinary.
I chose not to give them names,
I want them to be what you want them to be.
Maple pecan praline with raisins, hazelnuts, marcona almonds, pumpkin seeds, lemon zest, lavender petals, and candied bacon in a cinnamon plum sweet tea syrup.
Coffee roasted pistachios rolled in 72% dark chocolate with pimenton and sea salt, dried cherries, walnuts, ginger honey sesame seed nougat, golden raisins, and candied orange peels with a rooibos blood orange syrup.
These are not ordinary granolas,
They are unordinary.
So how do you come in?
You will be simply be helping me out with kitchen space, purchasing some new and much needed equipment, and finally being able to purchase ingredients in bulk quantities to reduce my "running around frantically buying them the day before."
*The video would not have been possible without the help of Kelli Garvey or Samuel Thomas of SALT Presents.
Risks and challenges
It is just me doing all of the marketing, buying, prepping, baking, packaging, shipping, and so on. Becoming more efficient is my main goal and therein lies the only risk and challenge. It's simple really, and I'm just asking for a little help. By helping the company out, not only are you helping it become more efficient and allowing it to grow; but you will also get a little gratitude and maybe a little taste of what you are helping accomplish.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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