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Grains, gluten sensitivity, sustainable farming, home milling, the affordability of good bread, and more.
A celebration of bread: the communities built around it and the ways it becomes a big part of a person's life.
Flour and milling. Hard-working bakers making a living through the craft they love. Sourdough library.
In this issue, we'll meet a cast of brave, obsessed even, bakers not afraid to follow their dreams. We also bake bread.
Celebrating the joys of bread: baking bread, eating bread, forming a bread club with like-minded people, and more.
A look into the bread renaissance building up around us, and a celebration of the joy of bread making.
The Autumn 2014 issue of Bread Magazine explores rye in bread making, with an eye on bread as a tool for connection.
The second issue of Bread Magazine in 2014 is all about putting your hands in the dough and making some bread.
The first issue of Bread Magazine in 2014 approaches the craft of bread making with an eye on beginnings.
Creating a bread formula. Holiday bread. Baking Q&A. Codru de Paine. Writing books about bread.
The art of milling flour. Gluten free baking. Wood-fired ovens. A baker's favorite tool.
A night at the bakery. Q&A with a master baker. Japan. Zak the Baker. E5 Bakehouse.
Doing good with bread. Shaping. Sustainable baking. Smoke Signals. Kneading Conference.
Flatbreads around the world. Apprenticing. Teaching bread making. Oven Ready. #BreadChat.
Micro baking. Using whole grains in bread. Instagram. Kickstarting a bakery. Restaurant Day. Leipä & Poika.
In our fourth issue, we turn our attention to the final step in bread making: baking the bread, ovens, and the warmth and community that is built around them.
The Fermentation issue of Bread Magazine takes a close look at all things related to fermentation in bread making.
The summer 2012 issue is all about flour, from adapting your bread formula for different flours to milling and farming.
The first ever issue of BREAD is an introduction into the art and science of bread making.