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Frozen Delivery

 How does Wildgrain keep my box cold in transit?
    We ship your Wildgrain Box with insulation and a specific amount of dry ice that’s been calculated based on where you live. If your box arrives with no dry ice left, that’s okay! It is meant to evaporate as the box is in transit, which keeps the items cold. As long as your items arrive cold to the touch (as if refrigerated), you’re all set and can put them in the freezer.
 Does somebody need to be home to accept delivery?
    No worries - we don’t require a signature for delivery. But since the box is shipped with dry ice, we recommend getting the items into your freezer as soon as you can!
 What if my box arrives without dry ice or thawed?
    If your box arrives with no dry ice left and/or the items are thawed, it’s okay as long as the items feel cold to the touch (as if refrigerated) upon arrival. The items don’t need to arrive frozen, but they do need to feel cold to the touch. If they don’t feel cold to the touch, please email hey@wildgrain.com so we can help!
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Bread Baking Tips

Because every home oven is different, we have two methods to help you figure out if your loaf is done baking:

1. The Crunch Check!

Remove the loaf from the oven. Lightly press down on it. If you feel the loaf give a little and hear a crunch sound, the loaf is likely ready to be taken out of the oven for the 30 minute waiting period.

2. The Tap Check

Remove the loaf from the oven. While holding it in one hand upside-down, tap on the bottom of the loaf with your other hand. If you hear a hollow sound from the center of the loaf, the loaf is likely ready to be taken out of the oven for the 30 minute waiting period.

Overbaked loaf?

If your loaves are consistently overbaking, it’s possible that your oven runs hotter. Try decreasing the oven temperature by 25F to 50F or decreasing the baking time. You can also cover your loaves with aluminum foil while they bake to protect the crust from getting too hard.

Storage Tips

Good news! If properly stored, sourdough bread will last longer than commercially-yeasted bread before staling or molding.

Wait at Least 30 Minutes After Baking

We know it’s hard to resist, but slicing a warm loaf of bread too early will result in a gummy and sticky crumb inside.

Don't Store in Refrigerator

Homemade bread stales faster when it’s stored in the refrigerator.

Store in a Box, Paper Bag, or Towel

Bread boxes work great if you have one. If you don’t, no worries! You can store the loaf by wrapping it in a clean kitchen towel or by putting it in a paper bag. Make sure to keep the stored loaf in a dry place and to have its cut-side facing down.

Eat Fresh on Baking Day, Toasted Later

We recommend eating your bread fresh the first day, and then lightly toasted the following days. You can also slice the entire loaf on the first day, freeze the slices, and then toast the slices as you need them!

More Questions?

No problem! Email us at hey@wildgrain.com or Start a chat with our team and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Pasta Cooking Tips

All of our pastas are cooked straight from frozen!

Frequent Stirring!


To ensure the frozen pasta properly separates, we recommend:

  • Using a larger pot than you normally would so there’s a larger amount of boiling water.
  • Bringing the pot to a very strong boil before putting the pasta in. The frozen pasta will cool the water slightly when you put it in, so it’s important for the boil to be strong.
  • Stirring the pasta frequently, especially at the beginning to help it separate faster.

Fridge Storage

Before storing your leftover pasta in the fridge, allow it to cool to room temperature within an hour of cooking. Properly stored in an airtight container, cooked pasta can last 3-5 days in the fridge.
If you have plain pasta leftovers, we recommend coating the noodles in olive oil before putting them in the fridge to prevent them from sticking.

Freezer Storage

If you have leftovers of pasta cooked in sauce that you don’t want to eat in the next few days, you can store the leftovers in the freezer for up to a month!

  • Allow the leftovers to cool to room temperature within an hour of cooking.
  • Put the leftovers in a freezer bag and store in the freezer for up to one month.
  • When you’re ready to eat the leftovers, put the freezer bag in warm water to thaw before reheating them on the stove or in the microwave.

More Questions?

No problem! Email us at hey@wildgrain.com or Start a chat with our team and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Pastries Storage Tips

Our pastries taste best when they’re freshly baked, so we recommend only baking what you plan to eat at one time.

If you do have leftover pastries, we recommend:

  • Storing the leftovers the same way you store the bread: in a bread box, wrapped in a clean dish towel, or in a paper bag.
  • If you’d like to give your leftover pastries a little refresh, you can put them in the oven for 5 minutes at the same oven temperature that was on their instructions.

More Questions?

No problem! Email us at hey@wildgrain.com or Start a chat with our team and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.