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Why you should bake for yourself (and loved ones) and not for Instagram

A mis-shapen loaf

Because I love bread and bread-making, I follow a lot of
people on social media – particularly Instagram – who share this passion. 422 more words

Real Bread - is flour, water and salt really poetry, science, history - or politics?

To mark the start of “Real Bread Week” (23rd Feb – 3rd Mar 2019),  I did everything in my power to pass on the ‘sourdough bug’ to my 10 year old niece Olivia. 457 more words



Few of us in the UK (and other
parts of the West) really know (or want to know) what is in our food. Whilst mass-produced, 313 more words

When is a scone not a scone?

This afternoon was a Sunday and –
as often happens – I had a sudden urge to make some fruit scones. Sundays are
the one day for us when we enjoy our main meal at lunch time with something… 254 more words

The perfect proper bacon sarnie

I had a bad night’s sleep last night, so this morning I wanted a good, old-fashioned, pick-me-up for breakfast: a bacon sandwich. The White Tin Loaf from the… 197 more words

It is ok to eat bread, Rye Artisan Bread - German Bread to lose weight !

Believe it or not, there are healthy bread options if you play your cards right.

In one study, people on a lower-calorie diet that included whole grains, such as Rye  191 more words


A modern day success story at Hart’s Bakery: Work hard, build a business and share parenting.

Should you find yourself at Bristol Temple Meads railway station and in need of a hand laminated pastry and coffee fix, take a clamber down the narrow steel staircase to the arches beneath and you’ll be well rewarded by the bounty of Hart’s Bakery. 1,545 more words

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