OK, fellow picklers. I need to know if I've ruined something beyond repair (no biggie if I have), or if it can be rescued. I was making bread this morning, and I decided while I had everything out, I'd drag out the food processor and make up a batch of pizza dough. Except...I forgot to put in the yeast. So I have a lump of dough, presently reposing in the fridge, that's 3 cups of flour, a teaspoon of salt, two tablespoons of olive oil and a cup and a quarter of water. Anything I can do with this? Flatbread? Crackers? Or do I just chunk it?
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