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What happens if you let bread rise for too long?

Let's say it's on its 2nd (and final) rise and instead of letting rise for an hour it rises for 3.  Will that cause any problems/differences in the final product?
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Re: What happens if you let bread rise for too long?

  • It might collapse after baking.  You could punch it down and reshape it for the 2nd rise again.
  • Hrmm... I guess I should have asked this question BEFORE baking the buns off considering you're right and they did collapse.  Oh well, I guess they'll just be extra dense.  Hopefully they'll still taste good!
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