What is baker?

  • (noun): Someone who bakes commercially.
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Baker

A baker is someone who produces, bakes and sells breads, rolls, biscuits or cookies, and/or crackers using an oven or other concentrated heat source. Cakes and similar foods may also be produced, as the traditional boundaries between what is produced by a baker as opposed to a pastry chef have blurred in recent decades. The place where a baker works is called a bakery.

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More definitions of "baker":

  • (noun): Someone who bakes bread or cake.
    Synonyms: bread maker

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