Straight dough is a single-mix process of making bread. The dough is made from all fresh ingredients, and they are all placed together and combined in one kneading or mixing session. It is also called the direct dough method
The straight dough process is the most frequently used in the home and for variety breads and rolls. The process consists of mixing all the ingredients at one time. The dough is fully developed during the one mixing cycle and, generally, fermented for 1-3 hours. Once the fermentation products is completed it divided, panned, and baked.
A straight dough formula might look like this: