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True Loaf issue 30: competition and features

The January-April 2017 issue of the Real Bread Campaign magazine includes a prize compettion and features on freshly-milled flour, the #ourfield cereal Community Supported Agriculture cooperative, dust to crust, eateries making Real Bread the king of the table, and baking in Shetland.

WIN!

Once again, we have arranged some great prizes for one lucky True Loaf reader.

Mockmill
If you enjoy our feature on freshly milled flour and fancy having a go at milling your own, then this prize is for you. The Mockmill is specifically designed to fit all models of KitchenAid, AEG, and Electrolux stand mixers. The ceramic milling stone readily grinds grains, legumes and dry spices in a simple, quiet and mess-free way. (RRP €199) wolfgangmock.com/en

Sourdough
Also up for grabs is a copy of Sourdough, by Casper André Lugg & Martin Ivar Hveem Fjeld. These two Norwegian bakers use classic techniques and locally grown grains in their sourdough. Published by Modern Books on 9 March 2017. (RRP £20) modern-books.co.uk/book/sourdough

(If you're not lucky enough to win, Sourdough can be ordered direct from the publishers by phoning 01256 302 692 or emailing orders[at]macmillan.co.uk)

How to enter

Real Bread Campaign supporters can find details of how to enter on page 2 of the magazine. Not a supporter? Join now!

Entries close 30 March 2017.

The small print…

  • By entering you confirm that the recipe is of your own creation and does not infringe any intellectual property rights
  • By entering you also grant Sustain/Real Bread Campaign the right to publish, adapt and use your recipe in any format and medium in perpetuity
  • The prize cannot be exchanged for cash or an alternative prize
  • We will pass the winner’s contact details on to the prize donors so they can post the items to you
  • You can enter wherever in the world you live

Do you have something you’d like to offer up as a prize to your fellow supporters and hopefully help us to gain new ones? We promote competitions to a much larger number of breadheads on our website, social media and enewsletter. Email realbread [at] sustainweb.org

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Published 9 Jan 2017

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