What Is Tepid Water?


Tepid water is water that is moderately warm or lukewarm and has a temperature range of between 26 EC and 35 EC. Most baking recipes require the baker to use tepid water during bread making.
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Tepid water. is a mixture of two parts cold water to one part boiling water and is frequently used in breadmaking.
(tĕp'ĭd) adj. Moderately warm; lukewarm. Lacking in emotional warmth or enthusiasm; halfhearted: "the tepid conservatism of the fifties" (Irving Howe). [Middle
Example Sentences question: How do you use the word tepid in a sentence? (Tepid =
tepid: moderately warm; feeling or showing little interest or enthusiasm
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