Ancestral knowledge of the clay oven in the traditional bakery as a contribution to the family economy of the Río Chico parish
Keywords:adobe, bakery, knowledge, mud, oven
The research is about the recovery of the ancestral knowledge of the clay oven in the traditional bakery, to study the rescue of the ancestral knowledge of the clay oven in the traditional bakery as a contribution to the family economy of the Río chico parish. A field investigation was applied by applying an open interview to a knowledgeable person of the ancestral knowledge of the rurality of the Río chico parish, about the knowledge of the construction technique of the clay and adobe oven used in the manufacture of loaves, threads, and sweets in the community. The results were the description of the construction process, and the operation of the ancestral furnace is evidenced by photographs. Conclusions inherent to the importance of the recovery of ancestral knowledge as part of the montuvian peasant identity of the Manabí rurality and the Ecuadorian coast were reached, as it was part of several works referring to the rescue of traditional knowledge and ancestral knowledge of the Aboriginal peoples from which they come as manabitas.
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