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Hot Bread Kitchen

Hot Bread Kitchen is a non-profit social enterprise that creates better lives for low-income women and their families. We sell delicious multi-ethnic breads that are inspired by our bakers and the many countries that they come from. We make it a priority to use local and organic ingredients.

Follow us on foursquare as we take you to some of our favorite places throughout New York City, including Greenmarkets, delicious specialty food stores, and cultural locations we love.

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Hot Bread KitchenNew York, NY • January 17, 2012

Welcome to our bakery! This is where all of the delicious Hot Bread Kitchen products are freshly baked with locally grown, organic ingredients whenever possible.

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Dag Hammarskjöld PlazaNew York, NY • January 17, 2012

This plaza is actually a 1.5 acre park that occupies the entire south side block between First and Second Avenues on East 47th St. Check out the Greenmarket here every Wednesday, weather permitting.

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Saxelby CheesemongersNew York, NY • January 17, 2012

Make sure to try the Cheesemongers’ Choice Deluxe, complete with 3 wedges of farmstead cheese and a bag of crisp, delicious Hot Bread Kitchen Lavash, packaged in a beautiful custom-made wooden box!

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Socrates Sculpture ParkLong Island City, NY • January 17, 2012

An abandoned landfill until 1986, Mark di Suvero and a coalition of artists were able to create an open space for artists to display their work. Check out the Greenmarket here Saturdays between 8am-4!

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Perelandra Natural FoodsBrooklyn, NY • January 17, 2012

Perelandra has one of the largest selections of natural and organic foods in Brooklyn. Among their fantastic selection: our own Heritage Corn Tortillas & Lavash.

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Hot Bread Kitchen’s Lists

9 places including Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza, Socrates Sculpture Park, Tribeca Greenmarket, Columbia Greenmarket
27 places including Lucy's Whey, Greene Grape Provisions, Stinky Bklyn, Whole Foods Market
2 places including La Marqueta, Lower East Side Tenement Museum
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