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Lack of volume
Too much volume
Crust color too pale
Crust color too dark
Crust blisters
Crust too thick
Shelling of top crust
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Crust color too pale

1. Insufficient sugar or malt
2. Dough too old
3. Temperature of dough too high during fermentation
4. Dough alowed to crust during proof
5. Insufficient humidity during proof
6. Oven temprature too low

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