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Crepulja is a shallow clay container with a little hole in the middle. It is put on fire until well heated, then lifted with a hook, and dough is put into it and covered with a sač. The sač is covered with ashes and live coals. In that way the bread is baked on both sides: on the lower side from the heated crepulja and on top from live coals.

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