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something, such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange

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At low frequencies, the doughs made from stronger flours exhibited higher ultrasonic velocities.
Place a strip of chocolate dough on a lightly floured surface.
But be aware that some doughs -- such as meringue and biscotti -- cannot be frozen.
Phyllo dough, strudel leaves, or feuille de brik are all suitable substitutes.
Doughs with a flour to water ratio of as much as 10:9 can be handled and the unit's gentle action leaves doughs in such a stress-free state that neither the first prover nor improvers are needed.
The researchers prepared the doughs by mixing all the ingredients in the dough mixer.
This book is a memoir of all the batters and doughs that have been a part of my personal and professional life since then.
The yeast was stored in miniature doughs at -30[deg.
Making vegetable purees (for color) and doughs takes the most time, but doughs can be made ahead; they also freeze well.
One easy way to put fresh" bread on your plate every day is to crack open a tube, plop the dough down on a cookie sheet, and put it in the oven for from five to 30 minutes.
PETITS CHOUX (MINIATURE CREAM PUFFS): Drop dough by slightly rounded teaspoonfuls onto an ungreased baking sheet.
NOTE: Another way to form these doughs is to roll plain dough into 2 rectangles, sandwich chocolate layer in between and cut dough into sticks using a pizza wheel.
This range also includes a soft dough rotary moulder that can form doughs considerably softer than those handled by traditional moulders - a wire cut cookie can be formed on this machine
Many cookie doughs can be stored in the fridge up to three days or frozen up to three months for baking later.
For contrasting effects, use both the golden almond and cocoa-almond sculpture doughs.