Staff Picks

Transit Bar (Coconut Date Bar with Dried Plums)

1 bar (3" x 4")

In Store Only at this time

A nutritious, delicious bar made from dried plums (prunes) and Medjool dates, Artisana coconut butter and coconut oil, dried coconut, sea salt, orange juice and zest. Sweet but not too sweet, and balanced by the fat in the coconut, these are a great snack to eat while on the go (“in transit”)—and the dried fruit might help with the other kind of transit, too!

Ingredients: coconut butter, coconut oil, dried plums, dates, Celtic sea salt, orange juice and zest Bar comes uncut and wrapped in brown butcher paper.

Recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free and GAPS Diet-friendly. May contain pits.

Ubuntu Coffee Ethiopian Medium Roast Beans

12 oz.

In Store Only at this time

The Ubuntu Coffee Cooperative is a small coffee roasting company located in Emeryville, California. It grew out of a desire to bring to the market the finest Organic, Fair Trade Coffee in a work environment that respects the rights and dignity of all who work to produce it. The Ubuntu Coffee Cooperative roast their coffee ​beans and deliver them fresh to us each week for your order.


This coffee from the Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union represents 23 member cooperatives that include more than 300,000 families. The temperate climate and surrounding crops of bananas and maize grown alongside with organic fertilizers under forest canopies produce a very high quality, sought after bean. Notes of sweet berries and floral accents are inherent in coffee from this region and by medium roasting this bean we reduce any sour or overly acidic tastes in the cup. Sourced certified organic, FLO fairtrade.




Dairy in Traditional and Modern Diets (6/27/17, 5:30-8:30pm)

3 hours including hands-on


Have you ever tasted freshly made yogurt? Wondered what to do with leftover milk? How to use whey and why? Do you know how butter is made?

People around the world have consumed dairy products, raw or cultured, for millennia in good health. In this class, we will look at dairying as a cultural practice and nutritional strategy. Mostly, though, you’ll be in our kitchen learning how to make yogurt, butter, crème fraîche, and more with TSH worker-owner and Dairy-Heiress Linda Kallenberger. After the class, step up to Linda’s Dairy Bar, and taste piima cream, feta cheese, dairy kefir and more. Go home with three samples of products made in class.

Three Stone Hearth Education Cancellation Policy:

If you pre-register for this class and are unable to attend, please send an email to letting us know. You may cancel and request a full refund up until 24 hours before the class. We will issue a credit to your account for the full class price. If you cancel with less than 24 hours notice, we will not issue a credit to your account, however you may apply the class fee towards a future class to be used within 6 months. After 6 months, that credit will be void. If you can not attend, you are also welcome to send someone else in your place. However, please let us know that you will be doing this. If you contact us after the class, no refunds or credits will be issued. When Three Stone Hearth, must cancel a class, you will receive a full refund for any fees paid towards the class.

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LAVISH LOVE: THE REDEMPTION OF FULL-FAT DAIRY With this new forum on our website (“Around the Hearth”), we have a place to explore issues of interest and relevance to our work around nutrient-dense foods and our overall company purpose, “nourishing transformation through traditional wisdom.” Let’s get started!