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The mental heath benefits of baking bread

Baking bread is not for everyone all the time, but it is something we can all do some of the time. The fact that micro bakery businesses have been booming during the pandemic is proof that there is something about real bread. What has been even more striking, however, is that so many people have

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Reach out and comfort someone from Libya with banned buns!

Virtuous Bread is about more than bread. It is about the power of food to effect positive social change. It is about community. It is about working together to make a better world.   I originally posted this recipe as part of a series when people from various were banned by Donald Trump from entering

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Making bread in a wood fired oven

Bustamente is a tiny town in the north of Mexico.  It has aspirations to be a “Pueblo Magico” – a “magic town” – a honour that is given by a national committee to towns that are either of great natural or architectural beauty, or historic importance or have lost of fun, high quality things to

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Baking bread in Hackney, East London

Bread Angels get up to all sorts of things in addition to baking bread and teaching bread classes.  We speak, write, demonstrate and volunteer.  Recently Rhiannon, Bread Angel and owner of the Epsom Bake House went to Hackney to bake bread.  Here is her report! Bread baking at Made in Hackney  Being a Bread Angel

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Bread Angels are winners at the World Bread Awards

Every year, Tiptree hosts the world bread awards and I am delighted when the Bread Angels enter.  This year many of them did, and it is thrilling to report that three Bread Angels won awards at the event.  Click here to become a Bread Angel or learn to bake bread from a Bread Angel. Tacey

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Community building through bread

Virtuous Bread was established was to effect positive social change through bread.  Over the years many of the Bread Angels who have done the micro bakery course with Virtuous Bread have gone on to forge businesses as well as build communities through bread.  Working at schools, in prisons, and with old people, homeless people and

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