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    Giving my bread dough CPR

    Gina*S
    Wed Apr 27, 2005 4:27 pm
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    Do you do that too or am I the only dork?? I've had to maintain CPR certification for over 26 years now.
    So there I am, kneading my dough, getting into the groove, enjoying the scenery out my window, and notice...
    I've got one hand over the other, fingers interwined, and only the heel of my left hand is doing anything worth while to the dough. So I fix my stance, and start again... only to notice... sigh. Makes me feel silly!! icon_biggrin.gif
    *Parsley*
    Wed Apr 27, 2005 4:37 pm
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    I think I've caught myself doing that, too. Now when you give the dough 2 breaths in between, then you know you've lost it!!!!! icon_wink.gif
    Gina*S
    Wed Apr 27, 2005 4:51 pm
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    Parsley72 wrote:
    I think I've caught myself doing that, too. Now when you give the dough 2 breaths in between, then you know you've lost it!!!!! icon_wink.gif

    icon_eek.gif You make a very good point. I'll watch for that. icon_lol.gif
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