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WIN a bumper crop of Real Bread books in the new True Loaf magazine

Issue 36 of the Real Bread Campaign supporters’ magazine for July- September 2018 is out now

Photo by Laura Edwards, taken from the book The Modern Baker

Photo by Laura Edwards, taken from the book The Modern Baker

The summer edition of the magazine includes features on:

  • Plans for Sourdough September
  • Francesca Barker, on finding bread making during probation and how it led her to create the social enterprise, The Barker Baker
  • Modern Baker co-founder, Melissa Sharp, explains the potential health benefits of sourdough baking
  • Adam Newey, baker and owner of The Hill Bakery in London on how he feels industrial baking companies are misleading shoppers and compromising the term artisan
  • Campaign supporter, Desiree Kongerod, reminisces on how baking at a Real Bread event ten years ago has benefitted her and her family
  • Progress on our No Loaf Lost initiative to help and encourage bakeries slice their loaf surplus
  • How and why White Horse Bakehouse founder, Jon Rees, became a baker and decided to go ‘off grid’
  • Alys Bannister chats to Happy Sky Bakery and investigates the history of bread in Japan and how it has been adopted into Japanese culture

The magazine also includes the chance to WIN four books: Campaign supporter Melissa and Lindsey Stark’s Modern Baker: A New Way to Bake and Campaign supporter Vanessa Kimbell’s The Sourdough School, as well as From No-Knead to Sourdough by Victoria Redhed Miller and The Ultimate Wood Fired Oven Cookbook by Genevieve Taylor.

The magazine has been posted to Real Bread Campaign supporters in the UK and is available to download by Campaign supporters worldwide.

To support the Real Bread Campaign’s work, read the magazine and benefit from discounts and more, join today.

 


05/07/2018
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Sustain advocates food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, improve the working and living environment, promote equity and enrich society and culture.