Since we have to make bread in cooking class, there is only one and a half hour. Should I use more time to knead, or rise?
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I have made bread at home for 45 years, that's my only experience, I have found that if you use very fresh yeast, allow the bread to rest for a few minutes after you get most of the flour in, and don't keep adding flour once you begin to knead, leave the bread slightly sticky, it will rise faster. there are single rise recipes, I have one using yogurt ,but if I am in a hurry, I add extra yeast.