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Bread Uprising's revolutionary spirit 

On a recent Monday morning, three bakers start a week's worth of breadmaking in a home kitchen off Arnette Avenue in Durham. Tim Stallmann, a co-founder of Bread Uprising, his hands heavily dusted with flour, ushers in a neighbor carrying a box…

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Uh oh. Enter the General Assembly, stage left with knife, to nip THIS in the bud... it involves "science".

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