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  • n. A person who, or machine that kneads dough

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who kneads.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who kneads; specifically, a mixer of bread; a baker.
  • n. An apparatus by which kneading is mechanically performed; a kneading-machine.


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  • With time and kneading, reluctance gives way to liveliness, a bouncy responsiveness to pressure that persists even after the kneader lets go.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • “Lord” comes from the Anglo-Saxon hlaford, “loaf ward,” the master who supplies food; “lady” from hlaefdige, “loaf kneader,” the person whose retinue produces what her husband distributes; “companion” and “company” from the late Latin companio, or “one who shares bread.”

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • It takes a proficient kneader at least 8 to 10 minutes to knead dough properly by hand.

    Celebration Breads

  • Le Grand describes threshers, a machine for extracting starch from potatoes, a horse-powered bread kneader, and improved methods of preserving foods for long periods of time.

    Savoring The Past

  • A heroic logician, a kneader of human brains; for the symphony, with choral accompaniments, was the starting-point of all the great ones of to-day! '

    His Masterpiece

  • Will any rash mind ever conceive the singular idea that the Leaf-cutter might very well have started working in cotton, that the cotton-wool-worker once thought or will one day think of cutting disks out of the leaves of the lilac - and the rose-tree, that the resin-kneader began with clay?

    Bramble-Bees and Others

  • We see the Stelis, therefore, at first a rabid miner, using her mandibles against the rock; next a kneader of clay and a plasterer restoring broken ceilings.

    The Mason-Bees

  • Once all ingredients mixed, may need to add flour or water so dough stays in ball as it follows the kneader around the pan ... but isn't floury dry ... - Recipe Raves

  • Mixing usually use a kneader type, double - shaft mixer.

    Pinoy - Negosyo - Techs

  • Use the right handle on the kneader to raise the beaters, so you can put in the ingredients.

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