The October-December 2022 edition of the Real Bread Campaign supporters' magazine.
Features in this issue include:
- Lion in the bakehouse: From Mozambique to Kent to lockdown launch and beyond, Leo Maxlhaieie shares his story so far.
- Flour empowerment: Francoise Umutoniwase celebrates the 10th anniversary of a bakery social enterprise empowering women in East Africa.
- Why queue for YQ? Past Campaign ambassador Danielle Ellis of Severn Bites asks what makes this population wheat special.
- The language of loaf: What happens when you try to share bread making skills with a group of people without a shared language? Jo Lancaster found out.
- Kiwi companions: With the support of his family of bakers, in 2021 Mark Long launched a Real Bread network in New Zealand.
- Together In Bread and Song: In summer 2021, microbaker Lawrence Leason cooked up a project with musician Harriette Ashcroft.
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Published 6 Oct 2022
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