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How does yeast aerate?

Yeast, as a leavening agent, consumes sugar in dough and converts it into carbon dioxide. This causes the dough to expand and form pockets or bubbles. When the dough is baked, (MORE)

Do flour has yeast?

no self raising flour has raising agent but no yest. you have to buy that separate.
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Is yeast a fungus?

Yes, yeast is a type of fungus. Yeast is a growth form of  eukaryotic microorganisms, to be precise. Yeast is a general term  for any fungi that is unicellular (a single-cel (MORE)

Is yeast a microorganism?

Yes. Yeast is a microorganism because a cell of it is too small to be seen by the un-aided eye. A microscope is needed to look at it.It is also a fungi. Essentially yeast is a (MORE)

Why do you get yeast infections?

you can get it from, High sugar diets, stress, lack of sleep, diabeaties, weakend immune system some other diseases can cause it, It can sometimes be an early sign to pregnanc (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

Is yeast in cheese?

Even though some articles state that only aged or ripened cheese contain yeast, most sources indicate that all cheese does. Here's a good source of foods to avoid in Related (MORE)

Is this a Yeast Infection?

You do not describe it.How do i know? While i can tell you pathogens such as chlamydia and mycoplasma can be killed by this TCM-diuretic anti-inflammatory pill.
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Where is yeast found?

Yeast is a wide variety of fungi that can be found in soil and growing on other living things such as trees. Also there are infectious species that can cause irritating rashes (MORE)

Who discovers yeast?

I believe it was Louis Pasteur while he was working on  finding the cause for the failing French wine industry. While  others had observed yeast cells in the microscope befo (MORE)