It seems to have risen and spread out in the bowl (plenty of olive oil so the dough is still moist)
AntoniaJames is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
Go ahead and make it! The worst that can happen is that the texture might be off, or it might not rise normally. Even if you end up with a brick, it will probably make fine croutons, passable toast, or, failing all else, breadcrumbs, ;o)
Thanks Antoniajames... I was waiting for a reply before I started shaping the dough .. I'll keep you posted how it turned out!
June is a trusted source on General Cooking.
I often find that overnight proofing improves the bread. As long as the loaf was not formed before it sat that long, everything should be fine. I'd love that recipe, Panfusine! Sounds really delicious. (Or is it already here on food52?)
Its AntoniaJames' recipe, here's the link ChefJune.
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