Malaysia-based Chiew See shows one of her loaves on Instagram. She started baking bread about 10 years ago. has published a book on sourdough, and has close to 89,000 followers. Photo: Instagram Malaysia-based Chiew See shows one of her loaves on Instagram. She started baking bread about 10 years ago. has published a book on sourdough, and has close to 89,000 followers. Photo: Instagram
Malaysia-based Chiew See shows one of her loaves on Instagram. She started baking bread about 10 years ago. has published a book on sourdough, and has close to 89,000 followers. Photo: Instagram

The bakers to watch: from Asia to America, these influencers have got bread making down to a fine art – with a coronavirus boost in followers

  • Making bread takes concentration – kneading dough, shaping it and decorating it grounds you when you are anxious or worried, which might explain its popularity
  • One Malaysian Instagramer posts ‘to share knowledge to benefit others’, another home baker loves the feedback she gets and that ‘happiness grows with sharing’

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Malaysia-based Chiew See shows one of her loaves on Instagram. She started baking bread about 10 years ago. has published a book on sourdough, and has close to 89,000 followers. Photo: Instagram Malaysia-based Chiew See shows one of her loaves on Instagram. She started baking bread about 10 years ago. has published a book on sourdough, and has close to 89,000 followers. Photo: Instagram
Malaysia-based Chiew See shows one of her loaves on Instagram. She started baking bread about 10 years ago. has published a book on sourdough, and has close to 89,000 followers. Photo: Instagram
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