Oh, and I forgot: why does it have to be an old woman? Not only because of, probably, lack, or much diminished, attachement to concupiscence, but also because she won't ever be on her period. It is known that old men can be as libidinous as young men, so that is why they never qualify to bake prescuri.
Men also tend to die like 20 years before their wives.
I say, and many Romanians would say, that all this "let's include everybody," everybody can do anything they feel "called" to do" "how can you say such a thing about women/men?" "sex is not the worst sin one can engage in" is VERY Western. Contemporary Western. Remember, in Romania the custom of havong men standing on the right and women on the left is still very much preserved. Men go to Holy Communion, or to venerate the cross, before women. Etc. And yes, men never-ever bake prosophora. It's an old woman's job.
That is not how it used to be anywhere in the world, eastern and western, 50 years ago. There used to be things that are done by (only) young people, things done by old men, by old women, by men, by women, by married women, but not unmarried one, by unmarried women, but nobody else, by old women and nobody else. That's not western, it's just how things used to be. In the whole world.
The Holy Spirit can only call you to what is legitimate for you. A woman might feel called to be a priest, but that can't be the Holy Spirit.