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The Pastry Room was set aside from the kitchen, so that the pastry could be kept cool during preparation. Too much heat causes the fat in the dough to melt, and makes the finished product greasy. The tables and shelves shown at the back of the room have surfaces made of slate, which helps keep the pastry cool as it is worked and stored prior to baking.

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