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Since there has been no reply, I'll take a stab at this. Note: I'm not a baker. I'm just a guy who had to make a lot of bread when he was a kid. The difference between fresh yeast and dry yeast is quantity and activation time. I don't believe you need as much fresh yeast because it's well, fresh. More of it is active whereas dry yeast has to be hydrated before it becomes as active. Alton Brown has a episode on yeast that explains it better than I could. Also I don't think your proof time is as long as with dry yeast again because more of it is active. I hope this helps or if you already tried it you could relay what your experience was, I'm kind of curious.
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