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Ibrahim Abu Hani, head baker and co-owner of Batool Cakes, a family business in Rafah, in the Gaza Strip. Anas Baba for NPR hide caption

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Cake in the time of war, in Gaza

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Tony Doré wears a face mask as baguettes cool in his bakery in Paris' 15th arrondissement. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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'Boulangeries Are Helping Us Make It Through': In France, Bakeries Remain Essential

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An employee at Grand Traverse Pie Co. in Michigan makes cherry pies. The company has been shipping pies since 1998, when people still had to phone in their orders. Beryl Striewski/Grand Traverse Pie Co. hide caption

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Sweet n' Nasty molds hundreds of adult chocolates in house, including these handcuffs and keys — which are used to top bachelorettes' cakes or sold on their own with the phrase, "Eat your way out!" Courtesy of Sweet n' Nasty Bakery hide caption

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