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Jan 25, 2024

[Answer] 4. Put the dough back in a bowl, cover it with a slightly damp cloth. Let it rise in a warm place, for about 45 minutes. It should double in size. Okay, it's winter and cold outside. Where is NOT the right place for rising dough?

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...1. near the oven exhaust 2. near the drafty window 3. in an oven preheated to 200� F and turned off 4. in direct sunlight During the summer, direct sunlight may be too intense but a well-ventilated garage may be perfect. There are many ways to get the dough in a draft free place that is about 75 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "4. Put the dough back in a bowl, cover it with a slightly damp cloth. Let it rise in a warm place, for about 45 minutes. It should double in size. Okay, it's winter and cold outside. Where is NOT the right place for rising dough? "



near the drafty window:


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