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    Making ploys with Rev. Paul Dumais - John Patriquin/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    Father Dumais stacks ployes on a plate after he cooks them.

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    The Rev. Paul Dumais demonstrates making ployes at the Kneading Conference in Skowhegan. He makes an “authentic” ploy with a starter he developed himself.

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    Making ploys with Rev. Paul Dumais - John Patriquin/Staff Photographer | of | Share this photo

    A plate of ployes, ready to be eaten.

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    Making ploys with Rev. Paul Dumais - Meredith Goad/Staff Writer | of | Share this photo

    An assortment of ingredients used to make ploys, a traditional Acadian flatbread.

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    Making ploys with Rev. Paul Dumais - Meredith Goad/Staff Writer | of | Share this photo

    Ployes cook on a griddle during the Kneading Conference in Skowhegan.

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    Dumais makes ployes in a kitchen at St. Mary's Nutritional Center in Lewiston.

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    Making ploys with Rev. Paul Dumais - Meredith Goad/Staff Writer | of | Share this photo

    A stack of ployes made by Rev. Dumais.

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