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That's 30 different loaves to you and me...
hey say that the smell of freshly baked bread helps sell a house. If this is the case then the aroma coming from the True Loaf Bakery in Kirton-in-Lindsey could sell the whole town.
Mervin Austin and his wife Marie-Christine purchased the Mount Pleasant Windmill in 2000 after falling in love with the traditional mill and the views over the Wolds and Trent Valley. Since then they have dedicated themselves to making 30 different loafs and milling 11 varieties of flour.
Baking takes place daily, as does the grinding of flour, meaning those loaves are fresher than fresh. 100% organic, hand-moulded, and baked in an 18-ton wood-fired oven, you can really taste the love that has gone into everything from the garlic and rosemary focaccia to the flax and walnut loaf.
You can buy the loaves and flour from the shop, or enjoy them with soup or a ploughman’s lunch in the tea rooms.
It doesn’t matter if you like your bread fresh from the oven with butter or dunked into a hearty soup, there’s no better place to enjoy it than on a sunny day in the bakery’s courtyard watching the windmill’s sails gently turn.