|VERB || to knead | kneaded | kneaded|
kneading | kneads
|SYNO ||to knead | to massage | to rub down | ...|
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- Traditionally, each household would knead the dough from flour on their own.
- Kittens "knead" the breast while suckling, using the forelimbs one at a time in an alternating pattern to push against the mammary glands to stimulate lactation in the mother.
- Mixers help automate the repetitive tasks of stirring, whisking or beating. When the beaters are replaced by a "dough hook", a mixer may also be used to knead.
- The Tahitian word "po'e" is derived from the proto-Polynesian root "poke" which means "to mix", "to knead".
- To prepare vieta, knead it in boiling ghee, adding sugar or honey to taste or 250 gr. oil, 6 large spoons of vieta, 6 large spoons of honey, or sugar to taste.
- Bonci uses breadmaking techniques, such as a long-fermentation method at low temperatures, which encourages the development of complex flavors in the dough. He does not knead.
- The name Haniyasu is thought to mean “to knead earth so as to make it soft” or “clay easy”.
- Knuckling is another form of kneading but using the knuckles to knead and lift in circular and upwards motions.
- In this chapter Razi depicts the workshop of Creation as a tavern where the angels have brought the clay of Adam to the divine Vintner who will knead it into the shape of man.
- Another method is to knead the dough under pressure in an extruder. The sudden drop in pressure then causes water to evaporate, creating bubbles in the dough.
- "temper, refine, knead" are godan verbs.
- The books teach a no-knead method of baking which uses dough that is stored in the refrigerator for up to two weeks, making it convenient for home cooks to bake fresh bread daily.
- Grant discovered the secret for the loaf, which was subsequently named after her, by accident when she realised that she had forgotten to knead the wholemeal dough she was making, and found it to have a superior taste to its kneaded counterparts.
- No-knead bread is a method of bread baking that uses a very long fermentation (rising) time instead of kneading to form the gluten strands that give the bread its texture.
- To create a "tò he" figurine, the artist needs a mixture of glutinous and ordinary rice powders, which is easy to knead into different shapes and edible for children, and bamboo sticks to plant the shaped tò he, as well as their own artistic skill.
- which means 'to press, knead, or soothe'.
- , "to knead", or "to paste". Italian usage of [...] includes both a painting and a potting technique.
- In the first variant, instead of using water to knead the dough, milk or yogurt can be used; this results in the dough becoming softer and more rubbery.
- In bread baking, kneading can be substituted by allowing a relatively wet, low-yeast dough to rise for more than 12 hours; this method is referred to as no-knead bread.
- (now Panasonic) based on research by project engineers and software developer Ikuko Tanaka, who trained with the head baker at Osaka International Hotel to learn how to optimally knead bread; this machine had special ribs inside it.
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