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Great British lockdown: bread-making frenzy sweeps the UK
by Elizabeth Howcroft
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3 April 2020
On 3 April 2020 Reuters reported:
Brits aren't known for being the best cooks, but as the coronavirus lockdown continues, a baking frenzy has taken hold to such an extent that flour is running low in some places and recipe searches have hit all-time highs. Some have started to bake bread for the first time. Bread recipes are rising, with the video 'how to make bread' up nearly 700 percent in the last two weeks, Lily Barclay, the digital editor of BBC Good Food. said.
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