Saturday, February 27News For London

How to make your bread during COVID-19

During COVID-19, supermarkets are locations at risk for older adults over 60. Stay safe at home and improve your cooking skills. Why not start making your own bread?

The World Health Organization officially declared the outbreak of Coronavirus a pandemic on the 11 March 2020. The disease has been detected in more than 200 countries. In the United Kingdom over 80’000 cases have been confirmed and 12’000 death have been registered. To stem the spread of COVID-19, the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has put the country under a lockdown. Citizens are asked to leave their homes only for essential supplies and food. However, going shopping in grocery store has become a real uphill battle and a risky journey. It seems obvious to wonder if doing your shopping in supermarket is really safe?

Supermarkets are locations at risk for people where you can easily contract the virus. The social distancing is particularly hard to respect while shopping. A wave of panic among consumers have created large shortages in groceries. There is no wonder, before going to stores, people need to be prudent and well equipped with gloves and masks. Doctors have stated that older adults over 60 and people who have underlying medical conditions are at higher risk of dying from COVID-19. Recently, to limit outings to supermarket, people around the world have started cooking homemade recipes and particularly their bread. With the good advices from Chef Vincent Bigioni, Victoria Capaccio will show you in few easy steps how to bake a delicious organic homemade bread.

Stay safe at home and happy viewing!