Tag Archives: Gaye Whitwam

You can change the world through bread

You can change the world through bread

Posted on 16. Nov, 2017 by .

We founded Virtuous Bread in 2010 to change the world through bread. Since that time many of the Bread Angels, and others associated with Virtuous Bread have baked in prisons and old people's homes, street shelters and schools. We have baked for charity and in hospices to comfort the ill. Recently, one of the Bread […]

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Baking bread with prisoners at The Clink

Baking bread with prisoners at The Clink

Posted on 02. Dec, 2015 by .

Over the years Virtuous Bread and the Bread Angels have been baking bread with prisoners.  It all started about four years ago in The Clink restaurant in a prison in Highdown prison in Sutton, Surrey.  We are still active there and Bread Angel Gaye Whitwam has taken over from me to teach sourdough baking to […]

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If you want good bread, go to the market

If you want good bread, go to the market

Posted on 02. May, 2013 by .

Everybody loves French Bread.  I have never known exactly why because after a day or two of bread in France I get utterly bored.  Yes, a good baguette is good (and a bad one is bad and most of them are bad, by the way...) but - REALLY - there is more to life than […]

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Baking with children at Sarum Hall School

Baking with children at Sarum Hall School

Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by .

Gaye Whitwam has been teaching children how to cook for years.  Her business is called Sticky Mitts and she is delighted to have been teaching the same children for years - watching them grow up as she helps them prepare good food.  A couple of years ago she became a Bread Angel and now bakes […]

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