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The nonprofit bakery Hot Bread Kitchen—which offers work-training programs for low-income, foreign-born women—opens its first retail shop, in East Harlem. Pick up multicultural breads including Armenian lavash, Moroccan flatbread and heritage-corn tortillas. New to this location: fresh masa and mini bialys, all made by participating women. The spot also sells products (Taste of Ethiopia, Pipsnacks) from the HBK Incubates program, which provides new-business counseling and commercial kitchen space for food start-ups.