I have a breville slow cooker and i was wondering weather you could prove the dough in the slow cooker on 'KEEP WARM' setting
Jul 8, 6:01am
For yeast dough maximum 30 degrees otherwise it starts killing the yeast.
Oct 10, 7:58am
Uli is right Spotswood yeast is a living thing and can die if overheated and also stop working if too cold then restart once warmed up. So I would avoid the slow cooker and just leave it longer to prove on the kitchen bench. Longer proving makes better tasting bread anyway in my opinion.
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