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Originally designed as a way to use scraps of bread, bread pudding has found a place in the hearts and stomachs of those who grew up with its comforting flavors. But when Sculzies Bread Pudding owner Sarah Schulz began crafting her own versions of bread pudding, she knew one traditional flavor could never be enough to satiate her desire for this homey treat. So she began experimenting and shopping for inspiration at the Santa Monica farmer's market, and before long she had developed the 108 flavors she now serves daily.
She first bakes and then chills her dessert to create a deliciously cold treat for the California heat. Once its the right temperature, she serves up portions in unique flavor combinations such as bacon maple, strawberry balsamic, and earl grey. She pairs treats with cups of coffee from Blue Bottle Coffee Co. to create snacks that make mornings brighter without wearing reverse sunglasses. When packaging up dishes to go, she uses only biodegradable utensils and plateware, and prevents anything in her kitchen, from bread scraps to paper plates, from going to waste.