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Testimonials

I can’t tell you how much fun the day was. We laughed and chatted our way throughout. Boudicca was a fabulous host and completely natural with her teaching. This Introduction To Baking course is far from pretentious and stuffy. It’s a laid-back affair which felt like I was hanging out with my friends doing something fun.
Tara from Tara’s Busy Kitchen
The very process of getting a feel for each loaf, with a watchful eye of Boudicca has helped me make so much sense of the natural progression of bread-making and now I have a strong reference point for how my dough should feel when I bake it at home - hopefully with similar success!
Anna Turns, Manor Magazine (Winter 2019)
Really nice tasting bread and we learnt a lot. Boudicca makes the course fun and enjoyable and served us lovely food throughout the day I can't wait to try out my new skills.
Nicola Webb
Attended Bread making course today. Learn so much and am Inspired to try different things!
Helen Wills
We've just received our first bread delivery and it tastes amazing. There are likely to be weekly arguments over who gets to eat the end crust!
Emma Bristow
I went on the basic bread making course. Boudicca is an excellent host and teacher. I have made bread in the past, but picked up many new tips... I have since baked a further loaf at home with great success and there will be more to come!
Kathy Hurrell
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
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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#SourdoughSeptember

One Mile Bakery Exeter is a member of the Real Bread Campaign which helps support additive free loaves and small, independent bakeries. One of the brilliant campaigns they run is called #SourdoughSeptember. It’s an annual celebration of genuine sourdough and the people that make it.  There are lots of ways to get involved, find out
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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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Saturday 19th October
Wow just look at all of these bakes that this group of friends made on my half day class 😍 A wonderful way to catch… https://t.co/Eomk23DbMz
Saturday 19th October
For #subscribers today: Tasty, nutty flavoured multi seeded #realbread 😊🍞 The #sourdough is covered in poppy seeds… https://t.co/jQz7EcWn0A
Tuesday 15th October

The One Mile Bakery – Exeter – 19 October 2019 13:33

Wow just look at all of these bakes that this group of friends made on my half day class 😍 A wonderful way to catch up, leave with recipes, hints and tips, and get inspired to home bake 😁 Scones (three different types to share – emmental cheese and black pepper, cranberry, and pumpkin spice
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