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    Maine Grains founder and CEO Amber Lambke oversees a wood fired pizza oven Wednesday in the restaurant portion of the Maine Grains business in Skowhegan. Maine Grains opened in 2012.

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    Containers of grains and other ingredients are seen Wednesday in the kitchen of Maine Grains in Skowhegan. Food Science Innovation Coordinator and Facility Manager Rob Dumas, of the University of Maine, led a discussion Wednesday with Maine Grains CEO and founder Amber Lambke and others in the kitchen.

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    Food Science Innovation Coordinator and Facility Manager Rob Dumas of the University of Maine, right, leads a discussion Wednesday in the kitchen of Maine Grains in Skowhegan. With Dumas is Maine Grains founder and CEO Amber Lambke, left, and Maine Grains Sales & Marketing Manager Hunter Clark. Containers with grains and other ingredients are in the foreground.

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    Maine Grains miller Dan Taylor moves material closer to where stickers are applied to bags of flour Wednesday at Maine Grains in Skowhegan.

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    Laurel Bushey fills bags with polenta, a course grind of corn meal, in the mill of Maine Grains on Wednesday in Skowhegan. Bushey is framed by bars that are part of the former jail. Maine Grains took over part of the jail building. Maine Grains staff said the cell was used as a drunk tank.

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    Maine Grains Operations Manager John Violette works on the third floor of the mill Wednesday at Maine Grains in Skowhegan.

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    Grain silos line the street Wednesday at Maine Grains in Skowhegan.

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    Greek salads are freshly made for lunch diners Wednesday at Maine Grains in Skowhegan.

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