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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.
“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.”
It takes a proficient kneader at least 8 to 10 minutes to knead dough properly by hand.
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.
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! '
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?
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.
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 ...
Mixing usually use a kneader type, double - shaft mixer.
Use the right handle on the kneader to raise the beaters, so you can put in the ingredients.