After being furloughed at the start of the pandemic, the chef and owner of Anti-Conquest (AQC) Bakery started making bread and donating it all to protesters, activists, and essential workers throughout the series of police brutality protests following the murder of George Floyd. Since then, AQC Bakery has been selling experimental milk bread made with Thai sticky rice and heirloom wheat, sourdough boule, and fresh sandwich loaves from a shared kitchen in Carroll Gardens. For now, everything is available for pick-up and nothing costs more than $12.
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A Carroll Gardens neighborhood seafood gem, where the chef might throw a lobster at you. God bless this city.
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