Yeast is a one-celled organism that provides the leavening (rise) to breads. It is usually sold dry, in small granules, and must be activated with water and heat. Yeast is also used to ferment wine and beer: it consumes sugar, and produces alcohol as a byproduct.

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Using fresh compressed cake yeast in bread machine

While using compressed cake yeast in bread machine it rises well for the first rise but on the second rise it does not rise well and I get a deep concave surface , I typically add 3x the dry yeast ...
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Expired instant dry yeast [duplicate]

Is expired instant dry yeast dangerous to eat in breads,cakes etc.? Is it safe to eat? I have 2-1 lb. pkgs. unopened has 10/30/2010 on it,doesn't say best if or sell by, just has date. Does anyone ...
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Will adding more yeast to a dough mean I need a longer time in the proofer?

For example if one dough has one tsp. and the other has two tsp. of yeast, would they need the same amount of time in the proofer?
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active dry yeast and rapid rise yeast [duplicate]

My recipe calls for 1 packet active dry yeast. All I have is rapid rise instant yeast. How much instant yeast do I use in substitution?
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What quantity and resting time should be preferred for active dry yeast when it is supposed to be used in place of quick yeast?

That's the question. What quantity and resting time should be preferred for active dry yeast when it is supposed to be used in place of quick yeast? Please specify in spoons or cups.
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Rolls fall flat [closed]

when making yeast rolls mine will rise the first time then not at all the second time most occasions, I read about over rising first round, so I think this could be my problem, however when I do get ...