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Old 11-20-2011, 08:34 PM   #11
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I've had this thread bumping around in my head for a little while and have to offer additional information.

If you are referring to how the dough is handled during the second rise, I can give you further advice.

Once my dough has gone through its first rise and has been shaped into whatever it's supposed to be, I lightly spray the top of the dough with vegetable spray such as Pam.

Then, I put a bowl of water, about 6-ounces or so in size, into my microwave. Heat the water on HIGH for 4 minutes. Let the microwave "rest" for about a minute before I add my shaped dough. Leave the hot bowl of water in the microwave along with the dough. Close the door and let the dough rise for the recommended time per the recipe.

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