True Loaf magazine: volume 2

Issues six to nine of the Real Bread Campaign's full-colour magazine collected together in one handy PDF. Each issue is packed with a whole basket of Real Bread goodies, including features about the state of bread in Britain, profiles of and interviews with people who are making a difference and a smattering of recipes and posters.


Issues six to nine of the Real Bread Campaign’s full-colour magazine collected together in one handy PDF.

Each issue is packed with a whole basket of Real Bread goodies, including features about the state of bread in Britain, profiles of and interviews with people who are making a difference and a smattering of recipes and posters.

Previously only available to Campaign members, True Loaf is now available for everyone to read. It would be great if, in return, you would make a donation to help the Campaign continue its work fighting for better bread in Britain, please.

Better still - why not join us? That way you won't have to wait a year to read True Loaf as you’ll receive the magazine through your letterbox (or as a PDF) every three months.

For details of how and why to join the Real Bread Campaign, please click here.
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Contents

Please note: as these are back issues, all competitions have ended and other information might no longer be current or correct.

Issue 6 January - March 2011
Knead to Know, Bake Your Lawn, Denver Windmill, Bread Hero: Andy Forbes of the Brockwell Bake Association, John Letts follows (carbon) footprints in the dough, e5 Bakehouse, Real Bread baking at School of Artisan Food, wheat as a global commodity.

 

Issue 7 April - June 2011
Pappy 50th birthday to the modern industrial loaf, Bread Hero: Clive Mellum, Real Bread Maker Week, taking sourdough to another level in Canada, a poor baker’s retarder-prover at Allendale Bakery, community baking in Edinburgh, Real Bread from heritage grains in France, milling around Britain's water-powered flour makers, Bethesdabakin’, recipe: walnut bread.

 

Issue 8 July - September 2011
How many Real Bread bakers does it take to change a food system? by Andrew Whitley, Sourdough...the real thing by John Downes, Bread Hero: Kenny Rankin of Fifeteen London, Pappiness in your hands: the Chorleywood ‘Bread’ Process, Millers’ Tales by Jon Cook of the Traditional Cornmillers Guild and SPAB Mills Section, Local Loaves for Lammas

 

Issue 9 October - December 2011
Susan Nowak on a feast of bread and ale at the Great British Beer Festival, Rachel de Thample looks at the Real Bread in veg box schemes, Jane Mason on her host of Bread Angels, Marc Rothman reveals the science of the wood-fired brick oven, John Downes shares a little more of his sourdough passion, Real Bread baking weekend in Wales, Bread Hero: David Rose for Farmeco, Look for The Loaf Mark!

 

 

 


15/10/2012
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