In the Bulgarian city of Gabrovo there is a Culture Center called The Bread House. It is a place for the community orphans, friends and strangers to come together and make bread. It is an interesting initiate you can check out for yourself http://www.breadhousesnetwork.org/
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If you think you know yogurt, you don’t know nothing unless you have tried Bulgarian yogurt. And not just any Bulgarian yogurt, but Trimona. It has a very distinct flavor that will make your taste buds dance. Trimona is an organic, grass-fed and whole milk product. Try some in a store near you today! https://www.facebook.com/TrimonaYogurt/?ref=br_rs
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