dough piece

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by natacha, Apr 8, 2002.

  1. natacha

    natacha

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    Hi,
    My name is Natacha and I'm a French student specialised in tecnical translation. I'm currently working on a small dictionnary about waffles. Thus, I'm looking for the definition of "dough piece", which is a lump of dough. Can someone please help me?? It's very important!!:cry:
     
  2. monpetitchoux

    monpetitchoux

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    Perhaps you can put the words "dough piece" in a sentence so that we can figure out the context in which it is being used. I'm accustomed to saying piece of dough rather than dough piece when I refer to a lump of dough. And of course, depending on what I'm making (or the size of the waffle iron), this piece of dough can be any size.