This is just out of curiosity really, but why is dry yeast THE yeast in all recipes (from the US and the UK) requiring yeast that I've read? Where I live, Scandinavia, fresh yeast is the one to use in 99% of the cases where yeast is required. Is it the fact that fresh yeast is a perishable good?
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