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Storing large quantity of pizza dough

My friend says he makes a big batch of pizza dough & stores it in a dough rising bucket in the fridge. He scoops some out whenever he wants to make a pizza. My family makes pizza pretty regularly so this would be a great setup for us, but I'm wondering how long dough would last under those conditions?

asked by Cosmolyn Sewell 9 months ago

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ktr
added 9 months ago

I've done this in the past and kept it for a week in the fridge. You can also freeze the dough to keep it longer.

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added 9 months ago

It will start to turn a weird colour eventually, so you will know when to throw it out. Check out "artisan bread in 5 minutes a day" - it has tips for storing dough in the fridge over the course of a two-week period I recall.

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