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  Vegetarian Food: How to ferment dosa dough in winter
Name: Indu
Date: 2007-01-13
I live in the middle east and its preety cold here. I am not getting the dosa mix fermented in 14-15 hrs. Is there any special way to get it done.
Name: preeti
Subject:  where are u based
Date: 2007-07-08
Hi Indu

just curious..wchich place are u living in middle east?

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Name: Tanu
Subject:  Don´ t use yeast to ferment dosa batter in winter
Date: 2007-04-20
Pls don' t use yeast to ferment idli or dosa batter in winter. It changes the taste and also keeps fermenting it even when kept in fridge. Also in my experience, it was hard to spread the mixture on tawa!!
The oven trick works well!!
Hope this helps!
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Name: Rashmi
Subject:  Give it a try
Date: 2007-01-14
i stay in US. Here also it's very cold.
Just preheat the oven at 250 F and put it in the oven for overnight. When it's completely fermented , just put it in the fridge.
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Name: Lakshmy
Subject:  Try it out
Date: 2007-01-13
Even i stay in Gulf where right now is extreme winter. Try keeping the batter near the area which is warmer. like e.g. above the microwave oven, or near the fridge. But for dosa you dont need to get that fermented, unless you want to make idlis.
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Name: Indu
Subject:  Thanku
Date: 2007-01-14
Will defenitely try. Thanku.
Wuld adding little Yeast work, or will it change the taste.
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