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Using Fast Acting Yeast in a Bread Machine

Can I use fast acting yeast in my bread maker? If so, how does the recipe change?

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March 23, 20170 found this helpful
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From a cook on Chowhound:

Instant or Rapid Rise Yeast does not require warm liquid to be activated. This type of yeast has been genetically engineered from different strains of yeast to produce breads that can be made with only one rising. Rapid rise yeast is also more finely granulated than active dry yeast, so it does not need to be dissolved in water first. It can be added directly to the dry ingredients, making it a popular choice for use with bread machines.

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I have used both in my bread machine, and have had success.

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