How do I make my dough more chewy?

Chef's answer
For the crust you can in general say: Hotter and steamier in the beginning gives a thinner chewier crust. Longer and cooler baking in the end gives a thicker crust (which you may also consider chewy as crust in general is considered more chewy than the crumb).Jan 25, 2014
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