Boosting bread among the young
As part of the #WeLoveBread campaign British Baker filmed a Grain Chain masterclass for teachers.
Reporter Bronya Smolen attended a class for teachers across the county at The Piggott School in Reading demonstrating how to make bread and how to get children involved and excited about the process of it.
The class was run by Janet Carr, baker and owner of Reading-based business, Warings Bakery. Watch the video below to see how the teachers got on, and what they thought about getting kids involved with bread-making.
Grain Chain is run by the Flour Advisory Bureau (FAB), part of National Association of British and Irish Millers (nabim), the HGCA and the Federation of Bakers and was set up with the aim of helping teach children the importance and provenance of grain-based food, as well as how to cook with it.
Are you promoting bread or are you a professional baker teaching classes? If so, British Baker would love to hear from you. Email us via BB@wrbm.com or tweet us at @BritishBaker.
You can also support the #WeLoveBread campaign by showing us your latest bakes on #LoveBreadFridays.
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