Pancakes for breakfast, waffles for dinner? Yes, please. No matter your mood or the time of day, this batter (hello, naturally gluten-free) is made with a special blend of earthy oats and buckwheat flour that answers the siren call of either craving.
Hard to believe that with a name like buckwheat, this superfood is naturally gluten-free. But it’s true. This wheat alternative provides lasting energy and boasts good-for-you benefits such as protein, fiber, and antioxidants with an earthy, nutty taste.
1 cup mix makes 2-3 pancakes
Recipe: Combine 1 cup mix + 1/2 cup water or plant-based milk (we recommend oat milk) + 1 egg (or flax egg) to make your pancake or waffle batter.
West~Bourne is forever in a California state of mind with their minimalist, intentional approach to food, lifestyle, and gathering. They are inspired by the atmospheric Los Angeles-based Light and Space artists of the 1960s to be a beacon connecting people and our planet. What began as the first mission-driven, zero-waste neighborhood restaurant in SoHo, NYC, dedicated to piloting conscious capitalism in the food industry, now expands through our climate positive provisions into your home.
Chef and Founder Camilla Marcus’ love for hospitality stemmed from a childhood filled with gathering around the dinner table, frequent trips to the farmers market, and cooking with everything on hand—from seed to stem—in order to reduce waste. All she does is enriched by her Los Angeles upbringing—communal, laidback, intentional, mindful, and always through the lens of sustainability. As evidenced by west~bourne’s community-driven model, advocacy is in Camilla’s nature. She is a co-founder of ROAR (Restaurants Organizing Advocating Rebuilding) and a founding member of the IRC (Independent Restaurant Coalition).
We’re taking a humble approach to safeguarding our planet, people, and future by creating nourishing pantry staples that harness the supernatural powers of vegetables. With each purchase, we offset the carbon footprint of each order by investing in The Garcia River Project, a redwood forest preservation and management project in Northern California that protects carbon reservoirs, preserves wildlife habitats, reduces risk of wildfires, and safeguards the California watershed.