If so, how long does it rise at room temp? Thanks.
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I haven't made Amanda's cherry almond danish but for other danish recipes I've let the dough rise in a warm place until doubled in size (1-2hours) and not overnight in the fridge. So I think it would be be safe doing that if you're trying to get it done in one day
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Yes, you absolutely can. We just finished eating a batch I made last night!
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