At biga pizza, all of our food is prepared from scratch, utilizing only our brick oven. In traditional bakeries in rural Italy, bread for a new day is started with a bit of unsalted starter taken from yesterday’s bread making. The starter is known as “biga”, pronounced bee-ga. This bread produces a deeper, more complex flavor than those simply made with commercial yeast. This method of dough making, combined with the freshest produce, artisan meats and cheeses, homemade spreads and roasted goodness is what makes ?biga pizza? unique.
At Biga pizza the list of our local and organic suppliers is long., Our flour is organic and comes from Montana Flour and Grains in Fort Benton, Montana., Our Suppliers include: Clark Fork Organics, Farm to Market Pork, Big sky Natural beef, Applegate organics, The Western Montana Growers Co-op, The Orchard (cherries) at Flathead Lake, Charlie Hopkins Mushrooms, The Good Food Store, Hunter Bay Coffee Roasters, Johnson?s Family Farm, Big Dipper Ice Cream, Blue Willow Farm, The Flower Bed, Lolo Locker, Montola oil (Sustainable Systems,) Topp Company, United Natural foods, Lori Lavender, Bakery and Restaurant Foods, and Big Sky Restaurant supply., We utilize primarily local, independently owned services, we recycle everything and we turn off the lights when we leave the room.