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Bread Is No Longer A Dirty Word In America

January 21, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
One of the hotter new food trends in the restaurant world is in-house artisanal bread baking. According to trend watchers, bread is seeing a renaissance in America, thanks to the availability of a wide variety of bread styles, flavors, and textures. The fact is, diners have decided that bread is a good thing after all, an observation not lost on restaurant operators. An increasing number of chefs have begun to make their own loaves, or have turned to local purveyors of made-from-scratch bread. One of those is GK Baked Goods in Fort Wayne, Indiana, whose founder noted the rising demand for artisanal breads some time ago and began offering her products to local businesses and residents. She now has 20 clients.  [Image Credit: © GK Baked Goods ]
Terri Richardson, "Making Bread", The Journal Gazette, January 21, 2018, © www.journalgazette.net
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