|Nutrition in Exercise and Sport|
|by Ira Wolinsky|
Nutrition in Exercise and Sport has been updated and expanded to include the latest developments in the field.
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Place yeast in 2 cups warm ... and keep in refrigerator. It will ... into greased muffin tins and let rise. Bake at 375 degrees until brown. Makes 2 dozen.
Combine flour, butter, ... crumbly. Add water and dissolved yeast. Mix well and store tightly covered in refrigerator. Drop by teaspoon or bake in muffin tins.
Dissolve yeast in warm water. Add ... and store in refrigerator. As needed ... 20 minutes. The dough can be kept a week. There is no rising time needed.
Mix all ingredients in order listed. Spoon ... you need, then refrigerate unused portion in tightly covered bowl. This keeps in refrigerator up to 2 weeks.
Mix potatoes with ... salt, and eggs in large bowl. Cream ... bowl and let rise until double in ... and shape into rolls desired. Place in ... degrees until lightly brown.
Dissolve yeast in warm water. Work ... Knead and let rise overnight in refrigerator. Punch down ... brown. Dough is also very good to use for cinnamon rolls.
Pour boiling water ... mix well. Stir in all flour making ... and place in refrigerator overnight. Punch dough ... Cover and let rise approximately 1 1/2 ... degrees and bake rolls 15-20 minutes. Remove ... well for several weeks.
Dissolve yeast in water. Add sugar ... cloth, place in refrigerator. Punch down occasionally as dough rises. Dough will ... to make the rolls, take dough ... minutes at 400 degrees.
Put 2 cups ... wet, pour shortening in, and mix well. Put in refrigerator - cover bowl. ... as you need. Roll into balls, and ... degree oven until done.
If baking immediately, dissolve yeast in water. If storing ... baking, let dough rise for 30 minutes. For later baking, place in refrigerator immediately. Smooth dough gently, then roll out. Cut and shape rolls; place in ... 15 minutes until brown.
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