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Conventional Processing

Conventional Processing. When applied to doughmaking, the term implies the use of such traditional methods of dough production as the sponge-and-dough process (q.v.) and the straight-dough method (q.v.), as contrasted with newer technologies of dough development, such as continuous mixing (q.v.), no-time and short-time dough systems (q.v.), and their variants.