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Plastic sheet

Bread dough needs to be covered during resting and rising, and a damp tea-towel works well. (It needs to be damp so that it does not take moisture from the dough).

Another good solution is to use a plastic sheet (cut from a large plastic bag for example) which protects the dough well and, very importantly, maintains the moist atmosphere around it.
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Recipes which use this utensil: 26, of which:
Two-olive ciabattaOcean breadSausage in briocheBurger bunsPizza dough
Two-olive ciabattaOcean breadSausage in briocheBurger bunsPizza dough

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