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This is my go to since I don't buy whole milk & so far it's been a great substitution for all of my recipes. To make whole milk out of skim milk and heavy cream: Use 1½ Tablespoons of heavy cream and the balance skim milk to make one cup. To make whole milk out of 1% milk and Whipping Cream: Use 1 Tablespoon of heavy cream and the balance 1% milk to make ...


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Yeast on the surface of fruit and even flowers is a quite normal occurrence. For a start, I would recommend fruit that are commonly fermented for alcoholic drinks, so my first choice would be apples or grapes - also because they are quite easily obtained. Note that the yeast is on the skins, so using just peels or small fruit like berries or grapes is better....


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Dried persimmon have a white bloomy coat or soon will after purchase. This gal produces 'water yeast' for baking; details about her attempt with persimmon: https://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/49639/park-tae-young-yeast-water-chronicles


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A possible answer that is very practical for those who shop in British supermarkets is bilberries. These tend to be covered with a white powder which surely almost certainly contains a lot of yeast. I am in the process of testing this hypothesis.


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