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Social Justice Never Tasted So Good

A former member
Post #: 15
Hot Bread Kitchen is more than a bakery.
It's a business that enhances the future for immigrant women and preserves baking traditions.
For your munching pleasure, they offer fresh breads (including baguettes, tortillas and lavash) baked with traditional recipes from around the world.
They make it a priority to use local and organic ingredients.

Over the summer and fall my CSA carried delicious freshly baked bread from Hot Bread Kitchen and now it's available in stores.

Buying HBK Breads . . .
Here are two places:

Saxelby Cheesemongers on the Lower East Side:

Get Fresh in Park Slope, Brooklyn:
(Don't miss their pre-planned cook-it yourself farm-fresh meals)

In The News . . .

Our ears are burning! Recently, Hot Bread Kitchen has been covered in Women's Wear Daily, Ed Levine Eats, and, the Daily News.

Read the Daily News article:
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