So I normally let my mother sit in the proofer at 73 degrees F instead of on the counter. A few times here lately I have been making double batches of Bread. I put one bowl on the counter and one on the proofer. The one in the proofer was a double batch I made 2 French loaves with her. The mother on the counter was what I used to make my Skillet bread. Anyways I have noticed when my mother sits on the counter the bubbles are larger and different sizes, then the one in the proofer makes the little uniform bubbles. When I feed it for the 2-3 hour rise the bubbles look pretty much the same either way.
Counter Mother after evening feeding.
Counter mother before morning feeding.
Proofer Mother after evening feeding.
Proofer Mother before morning feeding
Proofer Mother after 2-3 hour feeding
I donít have 2 glasslock bowls so I had to find the biggest one we had for my counter mother, and instead of a marinex dish I used a glass pie pan.
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This is pretty cool. You can see that the mother in the proofer did a lot more overnight--it looks like there's more happening below the surface of the proofer mother one than the counter mother one before the morning feeding.