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  • Dough storage

    I finally found stackable dough storage trays that fit into the refrigerator. The are just big enough to hold six 280g dough balls -- which works for me. I made three 1kg batches of Caputo dough, then mixed everything together and ended up with 15 good balls (and one small one).

    I could stack the dough trays and everything was a lot neater. Plus, each tray has a lid, so I didn't have any problems with skin on the dough. Space was tight, and the dough balls grow into each other, but I could get them out.

    Overall, I think it's a success and I'm going to stick with them.

    I will post photos and dimensions next -- and the brand name. The trays are food grade and NSF approved.

    More to come.
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    Re: Dough storage

    Here is a photo.

    The trays are 12"x8"x3.5". Tight, but functional. And they stack in the refrigerator.
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      Re: Dough storage

      Yep. That's what I need. the commerical ones are just too big.

      I've got some rather huge tubs for multi dough runs - but I would like something more compact.

      I tried to use the semi disposable single serving plastic tubs and they work ok for a small pizza night - like 4 to 8 pies.

      My oven progress -