b&t proofing with sheet pans?
I've been considering getting the B&T proofer. I've read all about it, and in theory it seems great but still on fence mostly because it seems only quarter sheet pans will fit inside - which doesn't seem useful if I'm making laminated dough pastries. The shelf kit will let me put two quarter sheet pans in, but then.. that's only good for what, maybe 8 full size croissants (triangle pre rolling is 4x9 inches)?
Thus far I've been using my car as the proofing box :D obviously not very good. I know it's easy to make with a light bulb and a beer cooler, but the B&T just seems so slick.
How do you all handle proofing baked goods that need space and are baked on sheet pans?
Thanks for your time.