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Although I have been making bread for many years this recipie did not work out well and I did follow the directions. The final product did not rise well and was very dense. I would not try this procedure again.
Putting the dough into the fridge doesn't work for me- it rose beautifully in the pan and then was totally deflated the next day. However, some tweaks and it's our go-to:Sub whole milk for the water, and leave out the dried milk powder.Decrease yeast to 1.5 tsp (could prob go even lower)Don't put it in the fridge. Just go straight through. Let rise on the counter once it's shaped and bake. If you want it to take your time, maybe try backing off on the yeast some more.
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