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A Collection of Yeast Bread Recipes - Bread Baking - About.com
After you bake your first loaf of bread, you'll wonder how you ever managed without with easy, self sufficient skill. The yeast bread recipes on this page are easy ...
http://breadbaking.about.com/od/yeastbreads/u/yeastrecipes.htm
Leavening - What Is Yeast? What Are the Types?
Salt inhibits the growth of yeast. Learn about the different types of yeast, plus how to use and store it.
http://homecooking.about.com/od/specificfood/a/yeast.htm
What Is Yeast and How Is It Used in Baking?
YEAST is a single-cell organism, which needs food, warmth, and moisture to thrive. It converts its' food (sugar and starch), through fermentation, into carbon ...
http://baking.about.com/od/bakingingredients/p/yeast.htm
Can vegans eat yeast? - Vegetarian Food - About.com
Someone wrote a comment on my blog post about vegan beers and wines to say that vegans shouldn't be eating yeast! Is this person crazy or am I missing ...
http://vegetarian.about.com/od/vegetarianfaqs/a/Can-Vegans-Eat-Yeast.htm
Yeast Varieties, Characteristics, and Uses
There are many forms of yeast on the market today including instant, active dry, rapid rise, fresh, and nutritional yeast. Discover the difference between the ...
http://foodreference.about.com/od/Ingredients_Basics/a/Yeast-Varieties.htm
Yeast Information and Bread Making Guide
Yeast is a one-celled microorganism growing all around us and on us. It grows when it has food and water, and suspends growth when it does not. In suspended ...
http://germanfood.about.com/od/preparedfoods/a/yeast-Saccharomyces-cerevisiae.htm
Foods Toxic to Pets - Yeast Bread Dough - Veterinary Medicine
Dough that has yeast in it poses a hazard to pets who consume it in large quantity. The risks are two-fold. The first risk is that the dough may rise after ingestion, ...
http://vetmedicine.about.com/od/toxicology/a/YeastDoughToxicity.htm
What Is Nutritional Yeast? A definition - Vegetarian Food - About.com
Definition: Yellow in color and with a nutty cheesy flavor, nutritional yeast is an inactive yeast that is a favorite amongst many vegans because of its unique flavor  ...
http://vegetarian.about.com/od/glossary/g/nutyeast.htm
What Is Yeast? - Description and Uses - Food Reference - About.com
In the culinary world, yeast has a wide variety of applications. For thousands of years yeast has been used to produce carbonation and alcohol, leaven breads, ...
http://foodreference.about.com/od/Ingredients_Basics/a/What-Is-Yeast.htm
Prepare Yeast-combine the yeast, sugar, and water
The water should be 105-115F in order for the yeast to activate. You may heat the water over medium heat on the stove, and check it with an instant-read ...
http://lowcaloriecooking.about.com/od/yeastbreads/ss/HowtoCinnRaiBrd_2.htm
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