Is spirulina a yeast?

Answer Spirulina is a form of blue-green algae---not a yeast---that is used primarily as a nutritional supplement. Although related to kelp, spirulina is not a sea plant. It thrives in alkaline fresh-wate... Read More »

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Can you get a yeast infections from using the same toilet as someone who has a yeast infection?

No. Yeast infections are caused by an overgrowth of a yeast that naturally exists in the vagina. Since you already have that yeast in you so you can't be "infected" by anyone else.-----------------... Read More »

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 »

What Is the Difference Between Active Dry Yeast & Wine Yeast?

Yeast is an essential ingredient in both baking and the fermentation of alcohol. Unlike other chemical ingredients like salt or baking soda, yeast is a living organism that metabolizes the other in... Read More »

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 »