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Unable to understand the second rise

After cutting into shapes the CO2 gas produced during the fermentation process bleeds out, which will make a significant crumb crush in size, so some time is given to the cut portions to rise in ...
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Cake falls down after getting out of the oven

Rising in the oven has nothing to do with the final shape/height of the cake. Pretty much every cake is higher in the oven than afterwards. So, stop watching for rise in the oven when trying to ...
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Unable to understand the second rise

My understanding of yeast mysteries comes from baking, brewing beer and running a craft distillery. All these involve maximizing flavor from yeast fermentation. Yeast has 3 completely different ...
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