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Are you using a mix? Maybe the yeast is too old. It's best to make a fresh recipe using ingredients of known freshness. Sifting it yourself adds air to the mix etc. There are lots of tricks. Too much salt kills the yeast. Not enough salt does not allow the dough to have a closed cell for the yeasts carbon dioxide to stay in etc.
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