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Scullery

scullery to wash the dishes
In the scullery the nuns washed up after meals and prepared dairy products. The freestone draining board dates from 1757, and this was the place where the nuns did their dishes, rinsed vegetables, fruit and other food products and prepared their dairy products.

The scullery is bounded by a wooden wall, in which you can find a locker. In this locker with a wire gauze in the door, the nuns dried smoked hams for a couple of weeks, before they were stored in the cellar.
Scullery