The April to June issue of the Real Bread Campaign magazine is out now.
- Brixton born and bread: A profile of Aries Bakehouse owner Jackie Mckinson by Kate Farr.
- Dough raise me: Lorna Black’s Lo.So.Do. bakery in Greater Manchester.
- Silver lining: How Irena Ruseva took a lockdown as an opportunity to launch her microbakery Flour and Soul.
- Sourdough re-starter: A pandemic pause caused Allie Smith to re-assess her thriving Dallas-Fort Worth bakery business to re-connect with her passion for sourdough.
- You're on mute: Veg Patch Kitchen owner Kath Corfield looks at how she, Liz Wilson and Campaign ambassadors Danielle Ellis and Jack Sturgess have moved their Real Bread classes online.
We also launch our search for our next batch of Campaign ambassadors, you can see a selection of #WeAreRealBread photos from Real Bread Week, and the back cover poster is back!
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Published 9 Apr 2021
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