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This Danish dough whisk consists of three differently-sized coils stacked around each other designed to cut through dough without over-mixing or getting stuck, making it an effective option for various types of baking projects. (Try using a balloon whisk to mix any kind of bread dough, and you're in for a mess.) You can even use a dough whisk in hot preparations. It’s great for stirring and eliminating lumps from pots of porridge, grits, polenta, and even thick soups, especially since its round shape and flat profile can get into the corners of pots better than a balloon whisk.

Danish dough whisk

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