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yeast bubbling

Is it crucial for the yeast to "bubble slightly" in lukewarm water as my recipe requires if the expiration date is still a year away? It is NOT bubbling, does this mean it is dead?

asked by wingirls over 4 years ago

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3d9a3882 c161 441f 8a91 0efd10979f7c  2007 09 11e s4
added over 4 years ago

It is not a good sign. Either the yeast was sead or the water too hot or cold. Use an instant-read thermometer to make sure your water is between 97°-100°.

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3d9a3882 c161 441f 8a91 0efd10979f7c  2007 09 11e s4
added over 4 years ago

sead=dead

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