Tuck the dough into a ball,
making sure the surface is taught. Transfer the dough to the oiled bowl, rolling it around to coat it with oil. *Coconut oil sometimes solidifies in the bowl (unless you use coconut pan spray), depending on the temperature of the bowl. If that's the case for you, just melt a bit of coconut oil and lightly coat the top of the dough. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap. Set a timer for 90 minutes to allow the dough to ferment. It should double in size. If the dough is rising too fast, pop it in the fridge to cool it down for 10-15 minutes or set it in a cooler area of the house. It may take longer to rise, but we don't want it to rise too fast, as this is where flavor development occurs. The goal is not for it to rise in 90 minutes. The goal is for the dough to double in size. 90 minutes is only a guide.