By Good News Network Friday, May 18, 2012
A growing appetite for artisan bread produced by Britain's burgeoning army of small independent bakeries has set the wheels turning again in previously defunct windmills that have stood forlorn for decades.
Thanks to Britain's changing appetites, a new generation of millers is surging to meet the demand for traditional flour.
Britons flock to visit mills, as hundreds -- wind- and water-powered -- open their doors to the public.
(READ the story, w/ photos, from The Independent)
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