This is a collection of articles about bread and everything that connects to it. New ones occasionally materialise. The ‘offending’ is, if anything, against those prevailing norms that have deemed it indecent to imagine that we all might enjoy better bread.
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All are © Andrew Whitley, for what it’s worth.
- Bread and Russia (again)
originally published as ‘Doors Russia has opened for me’ in the journal of the Scotland-Russia Forum Review (Autumn 2015)
- On sourdough – and pseudough
Blog for Artisan Food Law (April 2014)
- Hands on my bread!
Notes on the Real Bread Revolution (August 2013)
- The case for a new National Loaf
A joined-up policy suggestion to transform public health through better (and more honest) standards for our daily bread (2012)
- How many bakers does it take to change a food system?
- Fresh bread – you can’t (b)eat it!
Originally published in the Daily Mail, 21/7/2010
- The unbearable lightness of baking
Originally published in the Food Magazine (2009)
- Bread & Russia
Originally published in Gastronomica, The Journal of Food & Culture, University of California Press (2001)