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It depends on why your bread machine is having you keep your yeast dry: If it's because you're putting a bunch of ingredients in the night before and setting the machine to have bread ready for breakfast (e.g., on a delay), then you have to use dry yeast. The yeast needs to stay dry so it doesn't start growing until the machine is ready to start. If its ...
Add all dry ingredients as ordinary, when it's time to start adding liquid ingredients, add the yeast starter and make sure to subtract an equal amount of water from the recipe. It's that simple.
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