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Bread Clubs Are Still Going Strong During Quarantine

They’re building community and helping members become better bakers

Photo: Chicago Bread Club via Instagram

Megan Goldenberg founded the Huron Valley Bread Club in Ann Arbor, Michigan, last February — and, as it turns out, founding a bread club was right on-trend. Even before the pandemic, there had been a resurgence in bread baking at home, and with the spike in bread…




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Liz Susman Karp

Liz Susman Karp

Liz Susman Karp is a freelance writer who focuses on culinary history, anthropology, foodways, and the intersection of food and culture.

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