Have I killed my bread?
My house is kind of cool, and I wanted my bread done on a deadline, so I decided to put it into a slightly warmed oven. But the oven was too warm, and when I came back to my dough, it had drastically over-risen (bulk rising). So I de-gassed it and now I'm waiting for it to rise to where it ought to be so I can shape it and let it rise again before baking. Will all be forgiven, or will I be punished with an unappetizing brick? It's the pugliese recipe in RLB's Bread Bible.