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Test Kitchen Notes

BASE BASICS

The water you add to the dough must be warm. Too hot, and it will kill the yeast› too cold, and it may slow down or kill the yeast and affect the taste and smell of your crust.

When kneading dough, use only enough flour to stop it sticking to the board or your hands. Too much flour

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