Abaisse is the French food term which means "rolled-out pastry". It refers to a term in pastry-making that is generally used to describe a rolled out piece or sheet of pastry to a certain thickness, depending on the use for which it is intended. Abaisse is also used to describe a layer of sponge cake or biscuit.

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