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Why do you put water in the oven when baking bread?

In the first few minutes of baking, loaves of bread will rise rapidly as gases trapped inside expand and the yeast has a last burst of activity. Keeping the crust soft is helped by steaming within this time. This will allow the bread to expand.

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