Our Saturday night pizza, rising on the radiator. How inefficient, but it worked. And it gave us some of our stupidity to laugh about in later years. What is the heat to be applied? You cannot apply too much, or you kill the yeast and the rising and the work it is doing. Once you have the yeast work done, then you roll out the dough, then you bake it. Before then, you provide it the nutrient environment it needs. A little heat, a little dampness, some food to eat, some time to work. The final product is at the end of the work—and becomes food for the next round of work, work with our muscles, work with our minds, work with our words, work with our laughter.

:- Doug.

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