So you two are agreed that incorporer means to fold in.....thanks.
I wonder if anyone else has come across French cooking terms that translate, or not as the case may be, into English and that might be interesting to bring up here.
I deliberately use a broad phrase like "cookery terms" to try and stimulate some responses.
Because I have spent years reading recipes in English, I have always found French terms quite easily understandable (even right at the beginning of our move here when my French was near non-existent).
So, I can understand if nobody actually finds any difficulty with reading recipes (or should I say recettes) in French.
N'allez pas trop vite - Proust