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  2. I just started to make and bake sourdough bread and last night I forgot to put my loaves in the fridge which were resting on my counter. This morning I put them in their baskets and put in the fridge. Just want to know if they are still safe to bake and then eat. I started the bread making process around 11:00am and then put them in the fridge the next day at 8:00am. Thanks so much

    1. Once you bake it, it should be perfectly safe.


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