What is the difference between a yeast infection&fungus?

Answer Not all types of fungus are the cause of yeast infections. Yeast infections are caused by a certain type of fungus. This fungus, otherwise known as candida albicans, can cause vaginal yeast infecti... Read More »

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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 »

What is the difference between instant&regular yeast?

Instant and regular yeast are plant-based microorganisms bakers use to make bread dough rise. Both yeasts convert sugars to carbon dioxide, aerating and expanding the dough, but bakers use active a... Read More »

What Is the Difference Between Instant and Regular Yeast?

"Yeast" refers to a family of naturally-occurring, single-celled fungi commonly used as an ingredient in baking, brewing, and winemaking. Baker's yeast is a cultivated strain of the species Saccaro... Read More »

How can you tell the difference between BV and a yeast infection?

In a BV many women (about 85% of those affected) with actually have no symptoms. When symptoms do occur, vaginal discharge and odor are the predominant symptoms. Usually, there are no other symptom... Read More »