If you do a lot of baking, a frugal alternative to those little packets of yeast is to buy in bulk from a warehouse store such as Costco. Keep it tightly closed in your freezer and it will Keep indefinitely. If you have some yeast that isn’t working too well, dissolve it in a little water that has some sugar in it and let it set and grow awhile before using. Remember the yeast in bread reacts with the gluten that is developed in the flour by kneading so don’t stint on the kneading.
Bakers Yeast In Bulk
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