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Mashiara Sedai

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(When a level has been BOLDED, it has been completed)
 
Level 1
Become a Tuatha'an
 
Level 2
Beginner Challenges
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Level 3
Master Challenges
 
Bronze:
Artists & Craft
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Hobby
1. Make food as a gift
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Writers
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Social Group
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Silver:
Artists & Craft
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Hobby
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Writers
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Social Group
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Gold:
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Hobby
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Writers
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Level 4
Grand Master Tuatha'an

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Lol timing :( I made a tonne of food at Christmas as presents, but didn't take any pictures (hobby challenge) :/ would stuff for our charity bakeoff count? I think I can get hold of pictures from that 

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Yay :) I tried tins of treats, a mix of brandy snaps, caramel slices and florentines (nothing complicated lol) 

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I also tried making macarons.... That, did not go so well, although since I have enough almond flour to try again, I'll keep you updated on progress :)

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I have a couple of recipes for macaroons so I am super interested about yours ^^

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