oversoak

oversoak

(ˌəʊvəˈsəʊk)
vb (tr)
to soak too much
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- Don't oversoak in the bath as you'll cause your skin to puff and wrinkle with water retention which will result in an uneven shave.
Hotel chef Darryl sobs when he's told his Black Forest sponge is oversoaked in alcohol, but at least we have host and 2017 Bake Off contestant Liam Charles lightening the mood.
And, she said, the bread shouldn't be soaked, only dunked, making it possible to use fresh bread, which is less absorbent."You want to just fill the pores of the bread to make it supple and fluffy," she said."You don't want to cream-log it." French toast that has been oversoaked stays damp and gooey in the middle even after the outsides are crisp and brown.