Spring 2014

The spring 2014
issue is here!

The first issue of BREAD in 2014
was published on March 27th.
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Year Three (2014)

Now in its third year, BREAD Magazine is all about bread and the people who make it. Through baker profiles, stories, in-depth explorations of bread making topics and fun bread making experiments, the magazine is here to inspire you bake more, and through practice, help you improve your bread making — regardless of where you are in your bread making.

This year, we will publish four issues. The magazine is published as a series of beautiful, handcrafted PDF downloads delivered straight into your email inbox. The first one, Spring, is out now.

You can purchase issues one by one or buy a one-year subscription for $7.99.

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12
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Summer 2014
13
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Autumn 2014
14
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Winter 2014
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Year Two (2013)

In 2013, BREAD covered a wide range of bread making topics from shaping bread to starting your own micro baking business to designing your own bread formulas.

In every issue, we also interviewed a baker or two who inspire us on our journey with bread.

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Year One (2012)

The first four issues of BREAD were published in 2012 and are now available as free downloads.

We like to think that they are a great introduction to both the magazine and bread making. But don’t take my word for it — check them out for yourself.

Click on the covers below to learn more about the issues (and to download them).

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Issue 2
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Issue 3
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Issue 4
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What I enjoy about the Bread Magazine is it’s soul, the strong connection to the people and the land that the bread is from.

Jay Patey, Pigeon Whole Bakers

15 Ideas for Better Bread

15 Ideas for Better Bread

The great things about the craft of bread is that there is always something new to learn. Maybe one of these tips gives you new ideas to experiment with.

One Formula to Rule Them All

One Formula to Rule Them All

These two concepts will help you understand and compare bread formulas at a glance — and enable you to bake without relying on a recipe.

How To Learn from Many Bakers

How To Learn from Many Bakers

Learning from many bakers is a good way to get a wide understanding of the craft of bread making. There is a way we home bakers can get a similar education: books.

Why Bake Bread With Children?

Why Bake Bread With Children?

Baking bread with children takes a lot of time and risks getting to your nerves, but more often than not is totally worth the effort. Here’s why.

There’s more!

For more free articles, visit our blog or check out the first four issues from 2012 (1, 2, 3, 4).