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Sara

It must have been grueling if all this is coming from someone whose family is in the bread-making business! Although I'm sure the vocation vacations you're writing about are horrendously expensive, think how much Dad would love to learn wine-making for a day or more. He should totally do it.

Brian

Oh yeah, I totally forgot to mention that in the post. But it was on my mind while I was at the bakery. My years working at The Sage and making wheat bread there are what inspired me to check out what happens at a larger-scale bakery. The Sage's bread is fantastic, but it's a very small operation in terms of volume and facilities.

Brian Kurth

Brian,

Glad you had a great first day on your VocationVacation at The Pearl Bakery! Now get ready to be a chocolatier at JaCiva's...it's a tough job, but hey, someone has to do it, right?

Cheers,
Brian Kurth
Founder, VocationVacations
www.vocationvacations.com

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