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Always looking for cooking tips, I had read that bread dough would rise more quickly if you put the covered bowl with dough on top a car hood in the sun. That proved to be correct! The dough rose so q
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Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 3/8/2010 12:07 AM EST
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Always looking for cooking tips, I had read that bread dough would rise more quickly if you put the covered bowl with dough on top a car hood in the sun. That proved to be correct! The dough rose so quickly that before I went back to check, it had overflowed to the car hood and in the sun had "baked" to the hood. A tip I never used again. :-)

Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 3/8/2010 1:40 AM EST
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lol

Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 3/8/2010 2:22 AM EST
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thats funny. i guess i would not try that either again

Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 3/8/2010 2:48 AM EST
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Never thought of that one

Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 3/8/2010 7:51 AM EST
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First: 8/29/2008
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I imagine this sounds hilarious to many people! But, it probably was not hilarious when it happened to you! Sometimes those "helpful hints" are anything BUT! I hope it wasn't too big a mess for you to clean up.

Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 3/8/2010 12:37 PM EST
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That is a new one......IF it were a cool house maybe a heating pad set on LOW. Yeast does take time....

Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 3/9/2010 5:12 AM EST
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lol

Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 3/9/2010 6:14 AM EST
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I tried something similar to that once, but I had good results. I put it in the utility room while the dryer was running. It actually worked pretty well, as the house was too cold for the dough to rise!

Re: Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 4/25/2011 7:47 AM EDT
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I would have hated that!  Not only did I have a mess on the car, but also I would not have any bread to bake.   I heard that you could put the bread in a barely warm oven over a shallow pan with some water in it.  But it did not work very well for me.  At least it didn't overflow the pan.

Re: Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 4/25/2011 9:47 AM EDT
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Very funny story, learned something, thanks for sharing

Re: Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 4/25/2011 1:14 PM EDT
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If I need my bread to rise more quickly, I put it on my stove top which has a hood over it with a light. The heat from the light helps the dough rise more quickly.

Re: Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 4/25/2011 2:09 PM EDT
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wow thanks like cooking fish on a car  engine while the cars running

Re: Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 4/27/2011 7:35 PM EDT
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Oh wow! That was a funny story.

Re: Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 4/27/2011 11:14 PM EDT
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I put mine in a cold oven with a pot of hot water underneath.  It helps to rise quicker.

Re: Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 5/21/2011 5:38 AM EDT
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Having bread dough rise on top of a car hood in the sun as you might forget about it and not check soon enough.  I would keep all this in the house where I could watch it.

Re: Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 5/21/2011 6:58 AM EDT
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Why not put it in the microwave which would prevent drafts and provide a warm environment. Just don't forget that it is there and turn on the microwave!

Re: Too Hot, Too Quick

posted at 5/21/2011 9:04 AM EDT
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Hey I turn the oven on at 200 and put the pan in the oven to rise it is warm but not to hot.

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