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The bread they had in olden times was oat-meal bread. They baked it in a steak-pan. When they were baking it they put a cross on it because if you did not put a cross on it it broke when you were turning it. They made the oat-meal bread with oat-meal and water and a grain of salt.
The bread they made from potatoes was called stampy. This was baked in front of the fire against a supporter. They also made bread from Indian meal. This was cut into squares and baked in a griddle. When the squared were baked they took them up and they ate the with sour milk.