Definitions

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  • verb UK Alternative spelling of autolyze.

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Examples

  • When I do it over I will reserve more of the flour as the autolyse was a little difficult to mix since it was a little dry.

    The Fresh Loaf

  • This is called the "autolyse", or something of the sort. (unsure on spelling).

    Toast:

  • This is called the "autolyse", or something of the sort. (unsure on spelling).

    Royal Crown Tortano Part II: Baking Day

  • This is called the "autolyse", or something of the sort. unsure on spelling.

    The Bread Question

  • The sponge is incorporated into this gradually, and the dough is well-kneaded, with a resting period called "autolyse" that, they say, allows the gluten strands to relax and therefore stretch better.

    North Coast Journal Comments

  • The sponge is incorporated into this gradually, and the dough is well-kneaded, with a resting period called "autolyse" that, they say, allows the gluten strands to relax and therefore stretch better.

    North Coast Journal Comments

  • I showed him "autolyse", and then "Stretch and fold in the bowl", and then stretch and folding on a very lightly floured board.

    The Fresh Loaf

  • After the long "autolyse," I mixed the flour and water with 30 gms of additional water, the yeast and the salt.

    The Fresh Loaf

  • Likewise, in some water beetles the flight muscles autolyse after reproduction starts.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Likewise, in some water beetles the flight muscles autolyse after reproduction starts.

    Let them disperse

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