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8/16/12 2:06 P

Thank you!!!!!!!!!!

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8/14/12 9:20 P

I've never made my own dough, but when I buy frozen dough in the freezer section, it's always inactivated. I have to let it rise. :) I would say that you should probably freeze first, then let it rise.

Actually, nevermind. Here's what I found after a quick google: breadbaking.about.com/od/beginnerbasics/ht
/freezedough.htm


Basically, let it rise, punch it down, shape it, freeze it, and let it rise again when it's time to bake!

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8/13/12 4:00 P

I'm really new to making breads and pizza doughs.

That being said, I'm confused!!!

when making dough to freeze - Do I let it rise and then freeze? Or does it rise when I take it out of the freezer??

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