Homemade—Literally 

A new Arizona law allows Barrio Bread's Don Guerra to bake for the public without high commercial overhead costs

Don Guerra says he's not just a baker. He is also an entrepreneur, an educator, a dad and an artist. "On my palette, I have flour, water, salt and yeast," says Guerra as he rolls snakes of dough on wooden boards before…

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