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Local grain, local bread

Once upon on a time in Britain, we grew our own grain, milled it locally, and used the flour to make bread in bakeries and village ovens across the land. 896 more words


The Good, the bad and the dusty

It has been a very interesting few weeks. The construction that they said would take 3 weeks is nowhere near finished … with no real end in site.   316 more words

Week 2 of our July 2016 course and already 4 types of bread

At week two we had bread baking class where we made 4 types of bread.

We started with weighing and mixing the ingredients for the rye bread followed by mixing the cibata, bagels and the Hackney wild.After the mixing there was folding each type of bread in every 20 minutes and during this time we had lunch and chat about our backgrounds and the different languages we speak. 150 more words

What is Real Bread?

Ireland is a great place to live in, but as I already said many times, coming here ten years ago was a bit of a culinary shock for me. 479 more words

Fermented Food

Our Urban Smallholding

We’ve been living the Good Life recently; the kitchen garden is booming, we’ve harvested nearly £700 worth of food, the bees are making honey and the new chicks have hatched… 477 more words

A loaf of faith

I am not  a baker.

In my working week, I am a support to communities and businesses across central Scotland – with the goal of creating more a diverse, thriving, and resilient rural landscape. 451 more words


"Soup" community crowd funding

Stirling Soup!

Katryn Welch, organiser

The community votes!

Saturday night was the very first “Soup” held in here in Stirling, Scotland – an evening of community empowerment, connection, and (you guessed it) soup! 1,090 more words