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- (continued from previous page)Yellow meal bread.
At first when it was used in the country, it was only pure yellow meal, but in later years flour was mixed with it. It was wet with sour milk. The bread made with the yellow meal alone was called in Kerry "Yalla buck." In later times it was made for greyhounds and considered very good for them.
The griddle bread was marked in eighths, and the other kinds of bread was marked in quarters. The bread was generally baked in ovens or griddles or a bácús.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.