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Welcome to One Mile Bakery Exeter

Hello, I’m Boudicca Woodland and I’m really excited to be running the first One Mile Bakery in the south-west. Delivering delicious homemade bread, soups and preserves by bike within my mile really appeals to me as does teaching OMB classes so that more people can bake amazing bread at home. I love meeting others who share my passion for great food and Exeter couldn’t be a better location for this, with its fantastic local produce and such a strong sense of community.

AM I IN THE MILE?

We deliver with a one mile radius from our One Mile Bakery kitchen in St Thomas, Exeter

Boudicca began deliveries in May 2018, taking amazing homemade bread, soup and preserves by bike to addresses near her home in St Thomas. Deliveries are weekly, on Tuesdays (5-7pm) to local subscribers – this is the only way to get OMB bread!

Subscriptions run for a month (four deliveries) or three months (twelve deliveries) and celebrate the very best of stunning local, seasonal produce.

Each week brings something different, so a subscription offers a chance to sample a wide range of artisan breads, seasonal soups and stunning preserves. It’s all handmade at home, and delivered to you at home in person. The FAQ page gives more information about how it all works. We’ll be releasing more Exeter slots for delivery very soon – follow us on social media for updates, sign up for our newsletter or drop us an email and we’ll be in touch with more information.

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I'd previously made bread at home using a machine but was never satisfied with the result so the "Introduction to Breadmaking" seemed a good place to start!  The teacher (Boudicca) explained things clearly but kept the mood of the course upbeat and fun... I like the 'zero waste' and 'reducing food miles' ethos of this company. I'm planning to bake bread for my family as a result of attending this so it really was worthwhile.
Jessica Pearce Crew
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Afternoon Tea Week

Coming up is Afternoon Tea Week (12th-18th August).  A wonderful excuse to celebrate this quintessentially British tradition. A great wikifact that I found is that there is evidence to suggest that the tradition of eating bread with cream and jam already existed at Tavistock Abbey in Devon in the 11th century.  Delicious. In Devon we
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Cookery Course Review: One Mile Bakery, Exeter – by Lauren Heath

Recently, I invited Lauren and her son Kyle to experience a half day class.  We had a lovely day making a loaf, scones and pizza for lunch.  You can read more here.   For me the real highlight was this part of the review: “It’s like learning to bake with a friend, and that for some
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A great #bread themed spot 😁🥖 I hope there is a baker loading up #realbread regularly 🤣 https://t.co/dyFfIxOhPz
Saturday 17th August
A lovely (and funny) #sourdough diary - it doesn't need to be hard to fit into your routine 🍞😊… https://t.co/A2RFW6nBjK
Saturday 17th August
A really lovely half day baking class today - lots of smiles and laughter. Some delicious food baked too 😁 Just loo… https://t.co/s326TRJ4tA
Thursday 15th August

The One Mile Bakery – Exeter – 15 August 2019 13:41

I was lucky enough to win a prize from @rivka_millinery the other day including a gorgeous hairband, earring and hat 💙💙💙 #supportlocalbusiness #supportsmallbusiness #Exeter #exeterindie #Devon #exeterbusiness #exeterlife