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Kneading Gloves



Kneading Gloves are for kneading dough with.

They have two purposes. They let you knead dough, without it sticking to your hands, and they help to diminish the flow of heat from your hands to the dough, which can make the dough stickier.

They are made of nylon and come in a pair (e.g. 2 per set.) One size fits all. They work for both right and left-handed people (sic.)

To use, put the gloves on, rub flour into them, then shake excess flour off, and proceed with your kneading.

Most call for hand-washing afterwards.




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Oulton, Randal. "Kneading Gloves." CooksInfo.com. Published 30 May 2005; revised 15 February 2007. Web. Accessed 12/15/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/kneading-gloves>.

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