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Bare Baxe is a small local business run by two friends Megan and Jan based in Fife. They produce a range of free-from Granola. We recently interviewed them and asked them all about Bare Baxe and how it began, here’s what they had to say.

Kirsty McCloskey (21) is an ex-employee of Loch Leven’s Larder along with her Mum, Gillian. In November 2019 during Kirsty’s final year of a Nursing Degree she became seriously unwell, experiencing excruciating headaches, visual distortion, vomiting, numbness and difficulties balancing. Two months later in February 2020 Kirsty was found to have a satsuma sized tumour on her brain stem, believed to have been present since childhood. Subsequently, Kirsty underwent an emergency 11-hour surgery in order to save her life.

After a long winter there is nothing nicer than fresh local seasonal asparagus. Here to celebrate we have a deliciously easy recipe; Asparagus Tart. Made with some of Scotland’s finest ingredients from small local producers.

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This BIG #comte cheese from the finest fromagerie just rolled into the Larder ahead of our Food & Drink Evening tomorrow. Don’t forget our Food & Drink Night is on 4-8pm & a great opportunity for #latenightshopping & beat the #Christmas rush & of course enjoy some tasting! https://t.co/0XHFJEgXZM
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@ScotAgritourism: Another fabulous lunch provided by @LochLevenLarder and sponsored by #alphaprojects. Now we are onto the final session of the #scotagritourim 2021 conference focusing on market demand for Scottish Agritourism. @qmscotland @VisitScotNews @GreenTourismUK https://t.co/1kktni7izK
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