Earlier this year Bread Angels got together for a reunion. This is something we try to do at least once a year. We bake bread, discuss bread, eat bread and meet new angels whom we have not yet met. This year the BAs compared different recipes for ciabatta. There is no one recipe for ciabatta and
Tag: micro bakery
We are delighted to announce that four Bread Angels scampered away with prizes at this year’s World Bread Awards. Baking from their micro bakeries, these talented bakers sell bread and teach baking courses. Come and learn to bake bread! Jen bakes in her micro bakery in Bracknell, Surrey. Click here to take a baking course
One of the big ideas when the global HQ of Virtuous Bread was established back in January 2010 was that we needed support to change the world though bread. As much as we were willing, we knew we could not do it on our own. My friend Pete suggested we gather a “bread army” together
A couple of weeks ago I visited Bread Angel Julia Farkas at the market in the grounds of Roehampton University where she sells her amazing bread to a growing number of students and staff of the university. The market is in what looks like a walled garden where there are picnic tables, plants and trees,
Micro businesses are an important segment of the business population in the UK. They are technically defined as businesses with fewer than 10 employees and less than 2 million euros of turnover. 2 million euros? I’ll take that (or half that or a tenth of that) and be running a business on whose profits I
The Cake and Bake show London was a fantastic success! I don’t know how many people attended but it was packed for all three days and there was so much to see, do and learn. Jane gave a bun demonstration on the Saturday and the Sunday to sold out classrooms (thank you everyone for coming!).