Picture - Chunks of Baker's Yeast

Picture - Chunks of Baker's Yeast

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History of Baker's Yeast

Yeast, in its many forms, is today an essential ingredient in bread making. It makes bread lighter and tastier. It wasn’t always so. But thanks to some forgetful baker we can today enjoy in tasty baked goods. Read about history of baker’s yeast.

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