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True Loaf magazine issue 58 out now

Read the April to June 2024 edition of the Real Bread Campaign magazine.

Sowing the seeds of loaf. Credit: Chris Young / CC-BY-SA-4.0

Sowing the seeds of loaf. Credit: Chris Young / CC-BY-SA-4.0

Features in this issue include:

  • Having a field day: The Country Trust's Julie Oxley believes it’s important for all children to understand where their food comes from and how to make healthy, nutritious food for themselves.
  • Pann’s people: Lisa Asuncion celebrates folk of Pann Mill’s story as the last working flour mill on the River Wye.
  • La vita di un fornaio: Giovanni Di Sarno shares his thoughts and memories as a baker born and bred.
  • A bread like no other! Sourdough baker Lucie Hiver is founder of Nuro Elemental Cuisine microbakery in Mexico City.
  • Dough down under: John Downes, a pioneer of the Australian sourdough revival, on the journeys that led to his new book.
  • She rose, fell and rose again: Claire Carr chatted with Baking Boss entrepreneur Naomi Rose.

Plus a free 'This is not bread' poster on the back cover.

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Published Wednesday 10 April 2024

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