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Bread rose really nice when baking but then suddenly collapsed?

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You might need to use a little less yeast(maybe 1/8 tsp less) and probably a little more salt. bread collapsing can also be caused by not enough gluten so use bread flour not all purpose flour and/or add some wheat gluten to it. dough that is too wet can also lead to collapsed bread.

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