Bread making

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Hi, Sarah and Lucy are Bread2share, we have worked together over three years baking bread for our local community.  Lucy learned her trade at Loch Arthur, part of  a Camphill Community and has taught Sarah a great deal!

Together we hope to share the process of bread making with many people who we think would benefit.  It is a restorative and grounding activity.  One of community and sharing.

We have just started baking again, in practice for our first workshops… it has been alot of fun, remembering what it is to do the kitchen dance, moving carefully around one another in the small kitchen… having quiet mixing and kneading sessions and enjoying making the smiling faces on our dough dolls.   Here are some images from our day…

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2 thoughts on “Bread making

  1. Hugh Roberton

    Fascinated by this as I did a bread making course with Tom Baker at Loaf in Stichley and throughly enjoyed it . Now I am busy making my own bread every week and beginning to be confident enough to try variations on a theme. Love using light rye flour as that certainly adds something to my normal loaf. I am also interested in how such a venture might benefit young people and particularly those who have difficult experiences in their lives.

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  2. Jill Berry

    Hi Sarah, what are your costings for a bread-making session, and what would you say is the therapeutic benefit for those who take part? Jill

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