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Use Less Quick Rise Yeast With Breadmakers

I've experimented a lot over the years with recipes for my breadmaker (makes 2 pound loaves). When I use quick rise yeast, I don't use the full amount of yeast the recipe calls for. 1 teaspoon of quick rise yeast is perfect for my loaf and I can make twice as many loaves of bread with one jar of yeast.

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February 13, 20080 found this helpful

I do not cook my bread in the breadmaker...I just make dough and cook it in the oven. Would U suggest to use less Breadmachine Yeast as well for just making dough? Thanks for your input. Terry, Nova Scotia

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February 13, 20080 found this helpful

If you regularly use yeast, you might consider buying yeast in larger quantities. Sam's club sells a package of 2 - 1 lb packages. Many places sell bulk yeast.

Big saving! I freeze mine and just keep a small amount.

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