Read the April to June 2023 edition of the Real Bread Campaign magazine.
Features in this issue of the Real Bread Campaign supporters’ exclusive magazine include:
- Cultivating a new local grain economy: An introduction to The Sheffield Wheat Experiment by its co-founder and project director, artist Ruth Levene.
- The next loaf: Rebecca Bishop, owner of Two Magpies Bakery across eight sites around Suffolk, on sharing her baking passion and knowledge.
- Land, farmer, miller, baker, customer: Ellen Baker visits the land-to-loaf Field Bakery on Gothelney Farm, nestled at the foot of the Quantocks in Somerset.
- A lifetime loafing about: Avid home baker Robert Milne reminisces about a near lifelong obsession with Real Bread.
- Focus on phytate and FODMAPs: Dietitian Sophie Turigel and Chris Young look at two potential benefits of sourdough fermentation.
- My bread heritage by Elissa O’Donoghue
Rebecca Bishop’s first book, Two Magpies Bakery: Stories and Recipes from the Heart of East Anglia, is published by Headline on 27 April 2023, RRP £26.
We have a copy to give away. For details, see the post on the @RealBreadCampaign Instagram feed. The draw closes on 30 June 2023. UK only.
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Published 13 Apr 2023
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