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Asche Asche 5 years
I can tell you exactly why this turned out to be too dense--you skipped making a biga. A biga is the most crucial part of making focaccia. It involves making a yeast, flour and water solution, and letting it sit at room temperature for 8-24 hours. Without this process (which is found in a lot of Italian baking recipes), you don't get that light and airy focaccia texture!
girlA girlA 6 years
Looking forward to trying this! :)
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