These are rusks made from a sourdough recipe using a secret fermentation process using a starter culture to ferment flour over a period of 3-5 days. The dough is proved, and baked in a big bread, broken into mosbolletjies, cut in 3 pieces before being dried and packed. This is considered the true traditional rusk, the recipe is exactly that of tannie Alet’s grandmother, Deborah.
What is a mosbolletjie?mike2023-05-16T10:38:08+02:00
A mosbolletjie is a delicous ‘bun’ of sweet bread made from our proprietary sourdough culture. The name is of Cape Dutch origin and is a combination of mos (Afrikaans for partially fermented grape juice) and bolletjies (Afrikaans for “balls” or “buns”)
These are separated, cut and dried before being packed.
What are the delivery charges?mike2023-09-15T12:35:33+02:00
We are available nationally in all Dischem and Baby City stores.
We are available nationally in all Makro stores.
We are available in Checkers stores in the Great North regions.
We are available in PnP stores north of Bloemfontein.
Various home industries, smaller convenience stores as well.
Should you wish to enquire or find out where specifically we are stocked please email us directly on email@example.com.
Are we able to do bespoke small batches and corporate gifting?mike2023-05-16T10:28:37+02:00