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 How do yeast, sugar&water react when mixed together?

Answer Mixing yeast, sugar and water forms the basis for an interesting scientific experiment. The trio of ingredients provides a dramatic visual demonstration of the yeast respiration process.DefinitionR... Read More »
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Will Nudie Fresh Juice Apple 100% mixed with 5grams of yeast give me wine. pls help?

If it doesn't have preservatives in it it should work. I recommend diluting it with an equal amount of water, adding at least a pound of granulated sugar and fermenting it until dry. It should be c... Read More »
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What to do about a possible toddler yeast infection because toddler was left with babysitter who got medications mixed up and gave too much of an antibiotic.?

I'd call his/her pediatrician and see if you can get a prescription for nystatin cream. They may want you to come in to verify it is yeast infection. Also, fyi that yeast infections are common in k... Read More »
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How to Replace Brewer's Yeast With Red Star Baking Yeast?

A slow-rising yeast, brewer's yeast is often used to make beer because it produces small bubbles and adds to the fermentation of the beer's brewing ingredients. Brewer's yeast is often referred to ... Read More »
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How exactly dose brewers yeast differ from bakers yeast?

Baking yeast is designed to produce more carbon dioxide than alcohol, in order to make dough rise. Brewer's yeast has gone through selective breeding to have higher alcohol yields and produce less... Read More »
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