The flour to water ratio is an important part of bread making. We recommend weighing your flour and measuring your water level accurately to ensure you bread will rise. If making bread by hand the water temperature will impact the rising of your dough, we use 200ml boiling water added to 300ml cold to achieve the warmth required to help your dough rise. You need to ensure you have used the correct amount of yeast for the amount of flour used. Your bread will need time to rise. This can vary depending on the temperature in the room it is left to rise. During colder weather your bread make take quite a bit longer to rise. We recommend you leave it in warm place to assist the proving time before baking.
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