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Old 07-31-2008, 06:01 PM
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Default Re: How much resting time after refrigeration?

I pull mine out of the fridge one hour ahead of time and depending on the number of pizzas (and glasses of wine) it might take another hour to finish off the pizzas. After an hour some are still a little cold and stiff but workable. My first pie is usually a sauceless pie with basil tomatoes and mozz (and the essential swirl) so a bit thicker crust is ok.

Sometimes I only refrigerate a couple hours or so. I can agree that the leftovers - the dough that stays in the fridge 24 to 48 hours seem better than the 'fresh" same day dough.

But they all seem to get eaten at the same rate...

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