Proof
To allow a yeast dough to rise before baking. Also is a term that indicates the amount of alcohol in a distilled liquor. Alcohol proof in the United States is defined as twice the percentage of alcohol by volume. Consequently, 100-proof whiskey contains 50% alcohol by volume; 86-proof whiskey contains 43% alcohol.


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