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Offline LD

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Overnight Rise Conversion
« on: Yesterday at 09:46:43 AM »
For my current thin calculation I typically am doing a 1.5 -2.0 hour rise in the oven with the light on to speed the rise time.  However, I am looking to convert this to a 24 hour rise in the refrigerator.  However, I am not sure how to adjust the amount of yeast in the current formulation.  Can anyone assist?

TF             0.06875
Water        50%
IDY           .75%
Salt           1%
Oil             8%
Suger        1%


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Re: Overnight Rise Conversion
« Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 10:01:45 AM »
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Offline vcb

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Re: Overnight Rise Conversion
« Reply #2 on: Yesterday at 10:05:24 AM »
For my current thin calculation I typically am doing a 1.5 -2.0 hour rise in the oven with the light on to speed the rise time.  However, I am looking to convert this to a 24 hour rise in the refrigerator.  However, I am not sure how to adjust the amount of yeast in the current formulation.  Can anyone assist?

TF             0.06875
Water        50%
IDY           .75%
Salt           1%
Oil             8%
Suger        1%

I would say you don't need to make a yeast adjustment unless you're noticing more (or less) bubbles in your dough than you'd like.
Just make sure if you're putting the dough in a ziploc bag to squeeze out all the air when you seal it or the bag may expand (explode?) in your fridge if you leave it in there for a very long time.

Are you doing a warm rise before you put it in the fridge? I'd recommend that.  :pizza:
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Re: Overnight Rise Conversion
« Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 10:09:09 AM »
I second what VCB posted, except I wouldnt even bother with the warm initial rise.  Just plop the whole thing into the fridge as soon as it's done kneading and see how you like it the next day.  The .75% IDY you're using now should be fine.  Oddly enough, if you drop IDY to .50%, your recipe is identical to my Pizza Factory clone, linked below.  Check it out if you're interested.
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Offline LD

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Re: Overnight Rise Conversion
« Reply #4 on: Yesterday at 10:14:19 AM »
Thanks for the replys I will give it a shot and see how it works out.  I assume the warmth of the oven is what is giving the quick rise and the fridge will slow it down.