partially degassed shaped loaf
I searched and didn't find a clear answer to my question so here it is. My dough doubled in size, then I shaped it into a sandwich loaf (it felt great in my hands), greased the loaf pan, and put the dough into the loaf pan, it doubled in the loaf pan and crested slightly above the lip. I didn't have time to wait for the second rise in the loaf pan, baking, etc so I let it sit out. This morning it was slightly degassed and the dough was now slightly under the lip so it no longer looks as poofy. My question is, should I leave it alone and see what happens or should I go ahead degass, reshape and let it rise again keeping my fingers crossed that life doesn't interfere tonight?! And please let me know if this is the wrong forum to post this question.