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At High Altitudes above 3,000 feet, dough rises faster. Therefore, when baking in
high altitudes some experimentation is required. Follow the suggested
guidelines. Use one suggestion at a time and remember to write down which
suggestions work best for you.
Baking at High Altitudes
1. Reduce the amount of yeast by 25%. This will inhibit the bread from
2. Increase salt by 25%. The bread will rise slower and have less of
a tendency to sink.
3. Watch your dough as it mixes. Flour stored at High Altitudes tends
to be drier. You might have to add a few tablespoons of water,
until the dough forms a nice ball.
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