Definition of Baker's yeast
1. Noun. Used as a leaven in baking and brewing.
Group relationships: Genus Saccharomyces, Saccharomyces
Generic synonyms: Yeast
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Literary usage of Baker's yeast
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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1892)
"... 1 oz. of turmeric, and sufficient water to make up a mixture of eight gallons, then adding one pint of baker?s yeast and a quantity of raisins. ..."
2. Good Cooking by Sarah Tyson Heston Rorer (1898)
"... or baker,s yeast. When setting bread to i ise stand your bread-pan in another of warm water; cover the two so that the ..."
3. Annual Report of the Commissioner and the Board of Agriculture and Immigration by Dept. of Agriculture and Immigration, Virginia (1905)
"As soon as the juice is in the barrel, put into it a cup of good baker,s yeast or, what is better, a pure culture of special cider yeast. ..."
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