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Pete’s Overnight ‘Soordough’ Pizza

Photo credit High Rise Bakers Our thanks to Pete from High Rise Bakers for this recipe. High Rise Bakers’ vision is to bring tasty, nutritious, affordable bread to the Gorbals in Glasgow, made by people living in Gorbals. It’s part of Bridging the Gap, a local community project serving the Gorbals area that aims to […]

Scotland Born & Bread: Motivations, Barriers and Prospects for Local Grain Systems in Scotland

By Tara Wight, PhD student working on crop sciences at the University of Edinburgh This blog was first published on Nourish Scotland’s website.  The climate in Scotland is generally considered unsuitable for growing bread wheat. Yet, across the country there are dedicated people and organisations, such as Scotland The Bread, who are growing, milling and […]

Solidarity stories: bread communities working together for equal access to good food

Since launching our Solidarity Bag scheme in August 2020, Scotland The Bread customers’ generosity has seen 35 16kg bags of organic, heritage, wholegrain flour made available to community bakeries to support equitable access to nutritious bread and flour. We devised the Solidarity Bag concept in response to the critical shortage of flour during the first […]

Honorary Chairman’s AGM Report for the Year 2019

Bread for Good Community Benefit Society Annual General Meeting Sunday June 14th, 2020 at 10.30 am (online) Writing about the previous financial year to present to an Annual General Meeting six months later always feels a little like describing a bygone era. This year that is painfully true. BC (Before Covid) is ancient history, so […]