Medieval Bakers?


The primary creation of medieval bakers was bread as it was a main component of diets during that time period. Aspiring bakers had to serve a seven year long apprenticeship with an experienced baker to become one himself. Most bakers were the children of bakers, as many trades were passed down along family lines. Guilds in each town regulated the price, quality, and quantity of the bread being produced for citizens. Each social class received a different type of bread.
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Because he makes bread products.
A medieval baker would've likely made lots of breads, as it was
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