Mark Stambler

Los Angeles Bread Bakers

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Founder of the Los Angeles Bread Bakers, a leading advocate for the California Homemade Food Act

Mark Stambler on KCRW

There’s a Do It Yourself food trend in California, hobbyists with real jobs who supplement their income by making jams, pies and other good stuff in their home kitchens and selling it…

Homemade Food Businesses Get a Boost

There’s a Do It Yourself food trend in California, hobbyists with real jobs who supplement their income by making jams, pies and other good stuff in their home kitchens and selling it…

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