Dough [noun]

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Its four intelligent preset functions allow for one-touch preparation of pizza dough and shredding cheese, among other things, and it’s a great choice for smaller kitchens thanks to its relatively compact footprint.

The law states that for bread to be considered a staple food, and thus not subject to VAT, its sugar content “shall not exceed 2 percent of the weight of flour included in the dough.”

Cover 1 piece of dough with plastic so that it doesn’t dry out.

Namely, Parachute’s bing is still round and flat but uses yeast, where nearly all other forms are unleavened pieces of dough.

All of this results in, to put it more plainly, difficult dough—but also in chewy noodles that won’t break down in the broth.

Trying to compress the crumbly dough by hand is self-punishment.

The camp grew still, except for the rough and ready cook pottering about the fire, boiling buffalo-meat and mixing biscuit-dough.

Sure maybe you could grab that dough by blasting your way with the heaters plenty.

The artists made dough and the dealers made dough and the customers thought they were getting high class stuff.

The rubber is much like tough, heavy dough—there is not much stretch to it and in a cold place it would become hard and brittle.