Kneading Trough

KNEADING TROUGH. A dish in which dough was prepared to be made into bread. The plague of frogs infested them in Egypt (Exod.8.3). The Israelites bound their kneeding troughs, dough and all, in the bundles of clothing on their backs, when they escaped from Egypt (Exod.12.34). They are called “kneading bowls” in RSV. KJV has “store” for the same Hebrew word where ASV, RSV, NIV have “kneading trough” (Deut.28.5, Deut.28.17).