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Do cookies have Yeast?

Generally, no. Most cookie recipes use either baking soda or baking powder as the leavening agent. Toll House cookies, for example, use baking soda. Some cookies, such as made (MORE)

How do yeast harm?

It affects your bladder,mouth,and stomach. It has a chance of infecting your mouth because that is where the yeast is usually transmitted. Mostly,children 3 to 9 are infected. (MORE)

Does yeast have chlorophyll?

No, yeast does not have chlorophyll because it has no need for it.  It is a type of fungus, so it is a decomposer. Producers would have  chlorophyll because they need to mak (MORE)

What is inactivated yeast?

It is sometimes called "dried yeast". It is yeast that has had all of it's moisture removed (so that it can be stored indefinitely), but becomes active again as soon as it is (MORE)

What does yeast live?

Yeast live everywhere. They prefer moist, high sugar environments. For example, you can find yeast in flower nectar, on breads, on fruits, and any sugary food that been left o (MORE)
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Is yeast a grain?

No yeast is not a grain, it's a living organism that eats sugar and creates carbon dioxide. It's this process that causes bread to rise.
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Is yeast bad for you?

If you're talking about a instant, dried yeast, like the kind you'd use for home bread baking, then the Answer is no, it can't hurt you to eat it. If you can tolerate the tast (MORE)

Is yeast is eukaryotic?

Yes. Yeast is a type of fungus. By definition, all members of kingdoms that generaly represent fungu, plants and animals are eukyarotic. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q (MORE)