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Karen B.

Warming Pad For Rising Bread

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I remember seeing a warming pad to help yeast bread rise consistently a couple of decades ago but I don't see any now. Has anyone seen one?

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One of my cookbooks recommends just using a regular heating pad on low.

Thanks! That's also the answer I received back from the folks at King Arthur Flour Baker's Catalogue. I'm going to try it on my next bake and see how it does. Might be more consistent than using the top of the oven. I'm always baking something in the oven while the bread is rising or I'd try the tip of heating the oven and turning it off.

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I put the loaf of bread in the cool oven and turn on the light. This seems to make it just warm enough that the bread rises beautifully. Another suggestion is when you're doing the washing, put the pan of bread on the dryer on top of a cooling rack. This works well, too.

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I put the loaf of bread in the cool oven and turn on the light. This seems to make it just warm enough that the bread rises beautifully. Another suggestion is when you're doing the washing, put the pan of bread on the dryer on top of a cooling rack. This works well, too.

Jo Ann

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