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inbound4844924670810738694.jpgThe diagram explains how the dough is made for a pizza.

Overall, the process consists of seven stages, beginning with mixing the ingredients in the stand mixer and ending up with equal pieces division.

Firstly, put the dough in the stand mixer by blending it with 4 cups of flour containing 500grams, one and a half cups of water (325 grams), salt (two teaspoons) and dry active yeast (a half teaspoon). Secondly, mix it on slow mode for a couple of minutes. Thirdly, mix it again at a medium speed for 5 minutes in the stand mixer.

Following this, turn it back to slow mode for another 2 minutes. Then, double its size by rise the minimum of it for two hours. Furthermore, remove the air bubbles in the dough by working on it. Finally, cut it neutrally either can be 3 equal pieces or 275 grams each as you wish.
 

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The given diagram
Firstly, put the dough in the stand mixer by blending it with 4 cups of flour containing 500grams, one and a half cups of water (325 grams), salt (two teaspoons) and dry active yeast (a half teaspoon). Secondly, mix it on slow mode for a couple of minutes. Thirdly, mix it again at a medium speed for 5 minutes in the stand mixer.
It sounds like a recipe rather than a process.
Finally, cut it neutrally either can be 3 equal pieces or 275 grams each as you wish.
Now you have confirmed you have explained a recipe, not a process.
You should pay attention to the tone of writing. You should write, what step follows what and what is done at each stage. It should not sound like instructing to directing the reader.
 

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