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In the midst of grief, food can often be the furthest thing from our minds. But for Olivia Potts, it was a humble banana cake that lifted her spirits in the days after her mother’s death. Returning to London after the funeral, the then-24-year-old barrister was eating a lunch of leftovers on the train when she realized the comfort that food can bring in times of turmoil. In the weeks that followed, she took up cooking for the first time,


This story is from Kinfolk Issue Thirty-Four

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