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Sharing your Sourdough September shenanigans: time’s running out!

The Real Bread Campaign kneads its supporters and friends to add details of their #SourdoughSeptember events and activities to the calendar as soon as possible.

For the fourth year, fermentalists of the world will unite in September to help everyone discover that life’s sweeter with sourdough!

The aim of the Real Bread Campaign’s annual month of feasts, baking classes and other sourdough shenanigans is sharing the delicious delights of the oldest – and many would say the best  – way of leavening a loaf.

The Campaign is extending an open ‘get involved’ invitation to Real Bread bakeries, baking schools, pizzerias and everyone else everywhere who makes genuine sourdough or shares skills (and starter) to bake it.

As an incentive, the Campaign is offering a limited number of sourdough postcards to the first people in the UK who add details of their classes and events.

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Two fantastic ways for people to fall in love with sourdough are when it’s made into toast or used as a pizza base.

That’s why this year the Campaign is encouraging leaven lovers to hold sourdough toast and tea mornings, sourdough pizza evenings or make naked pizzas to show off the unadorned glory of their brilliant bases.

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