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Scotland The Bread
A collaborative project to grow better grain and bake better bread with the common purposes of nourishment, sustainability and food sovereignty.
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Scotland The Bread Oct 16
How did we miss this lovely mention? Putting the flavour back into our daily bread is at the heart of our project. Thank you
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Mark Lea Oct 13
YQ is a wonderfully diverse wheat in which every plant is genetically different giving built in resilience, naturally - the absolute antidote to modern variety monocultures. It’s made for an organic system like ours!
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Eric Topol Oct 11
Saying no to , which may be harmful. "I now believe that the cheapest and safest way to improve our and gut health is to make simple dietary changes..." by
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Real Bread Campaign Oct 11
Campaign connections in the long read on YQ wheat: Martin Wolfe was a Campaign working party member, is our cofounder, Ben is an ambassaor & is a supporter. . !
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Scotland The Bread Oct 12
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Neil Sutherland Oct 12
Drying and bagging this years heritage Wheat crop - Rouge de Eccose - not grown commercially in the Highlands for 100+ years apparently, good to get the youngsters involved, some happy bread making ahead ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Scotland The Bread Oct 10
So much to love in this long read: not least the intro to population wheat crops - like those we grow on Balcaskie Estate. Grab some of this wonderful flour at market this weekend.
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Scotland The Bread Oct 8
In 2015, filmed a tour of Macbiehill organic agroforestry farm, home of , STB & co-founders Andrew Whitley & Veronica Burke. As Andrew prepares to move to Fife, Geoff recorded an audio update on events since Veronica's death:
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Wendy Barrie Oct 7
Deadline for Applications next Friday! The Edinburgh Bakers' Trust has up to £4000 available annually to award small grants to successful applicants. Info here- Form on website. Action please!! Further info DM me
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Andrew Whitley Oct 2
Bread Matters shop joins Scotland The Bread -
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Scotland The Bread Oct 1
Congratulations on your Best Scottish Baker Award, and to Scottish winners Well voted!
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Corra Foundation Sep 25
No matter what your role is or where you come from, we can all play a role in supporting the change communities want to see. 🙌 Brilliant energy and stories during last night's reception.
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Scotland The Bread Sep 30
Hi, this PDF contains the results of our mineral testing in 2015, including P:
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Scotland The Bread Sep 24
Spot the chicks! Thank you to Isla Primary School for this sweet picture of some oystercatcher chicks nestling in their wheat plot.
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Ashley Robinson LFDC Sep 23
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Geoff Tansey Sep 16
Hear Andrew Whitley say what's happening with as he moves on from the farm he created to explore breeding more nutritious grains. Take a tour of the farm when he started:
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Scotland The Bread Sep 14
Pleased to announce a last-minute addition to the line up for tomorrow Market: Riverside Community Bakery from Stirling will be joining us at 2pm.
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Scotland The Bread Sep 9
Thank you to Jock, Woodlea Stables sourdough master, winner & judge, for stepping up to judge Bread Comp this Sat 14th at 3pm. Entry details on FB: only criteria is that entries must be min 75% STB flour.
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Do Book Company Sep 3
It's (how could you forget?!) Get started with a copy of our bestselling + starter. Use code BREAD for 15% off (also applies to book only)
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wildclassroomuk Sep 3
Had a wonderful time visiting a few weeks back and bought a wonderful book by introducing me to wet sourdough techniques, I finally have those air bubbles with my spelt/rye sourdough!
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