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Nicole and Cathryn baker

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Ms Galipeau

on 25 April 2016

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Colonial bakers worked hard every day to make food for their masters or family. Most bakers made pastries and bread but, others made meals as well as baked goods. Colonial bakers worked hard every day to make food for their masters and family.
Baked Goods
Bakers had many techniques used in baking. Bakers used flour to make bread, cakes, pies, and biscuits. To make the dough, they skimmed the yeast off of beer or ale and mixed it with flour.First, the bakers kneaded the dough. Next, they put the dough in the oven. When the dough doubled in size, they punched it to decrease. The bakers then took out the baked good and served it at every meal.Bakers had techniques used to make baked goods.
Bakehouse
Colonial Baker
Colonial Baker
The bakehouse had a very interesting design. The bakehouse was a low square building. In the kitchen, the oven stood opposite of the door. It was also cozy and warm. The bakehouse had a very interesting design.
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