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Does it make any difference whether the corn meal is yellow or white? I live in a tiny Amish community and our local IGA grocery store only occasionaly has yeast of any type available. I was finally able to purchase 3 packets identical to the ones featured and would LOVE to always have frest, active yeast available in my kitchen! I have had very poor luck with yeast from there even when I have been very diligent about the temperatures and time, etc. Even the extended rise methods have bombed. Thanks for ANY advice!
The idea for this is not to start your own yeast but to contnue what you have. The idea is to use known strains to make better bread
Corn flour was likely chosen becase it has high amounts of starch. Look for corn meal, as well. If you cant find that, and you have a dehydrator, use it to dry out cornkernals, then grind them in some way.I dont know about the specal yeasts, but it may work for some types. I can offer more help given time.
In theroy, the same. If your using "instant yeast" it probuly has baking soda in it to speed up rising. But the strain of yeast, assuming it was not GMO or hybrid, would be the same
Intant and rapid rise yeast bolth are full of either baking soda or made of hybrd/GMO strains of yeast. Bolth do not extend.
Hi there,I have two questions and I hope you can help me with it.One is: Here where I live the stores do not sell corn flour, is there either some product I can use instead or don't use at all?And my second question is: can this be done with any other yeasts as well for example wisky yeasts or any other special brewers yeast?Cheers,Samuel
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