These Micro Bread Bakers Are Selling Home-Crafted Creations During the Pandemic

Seven small-scale artisans earning big raves for their breads
Joshua Lurie • Los Angeles Magazine • August 19, 2020
At the beginning of the pandemic, everybody seemed to decide together that this would be our chance to start baking bread at home. But, after a few less-than-transcendent loaves, you and your quarantine pod-mates may be growing weary of the DIY...
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