Thanks Jim. Once again young grasshopper has learned from master.
The best for last
--- In email@example.com
> Way to go Bill,
> "Active Dry Yeast in vacuum packages or nitrogen-flushed envelopes
> should be stored under refrigeration to extend shelf life. While it
> is OK to store at room temperature, remember that time,
> and oxygen contact are the killers of packaged yeast. Store at room
> temps only if you are positive of the young age of the product. Do
> not freeze."
> Kevin Harrity
> Red Star Yeast
> Oakland, CA
> Unless you keep your AC on year around, and your house temp
> around 40F, then keep it in the refridge -not below 32F (around 40
> is good).
> Vino etc etc.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "daddyman00126"
> <daddyman00126@> wrote:
> > Hello folks. I just got my first batch of EC-1118. I got 11
> > 5mg each. I will be using one tonight. But now comes the question
> > storage.
> > Would you store the rest of the packets in the fridge or just in
> > dry place? I live in Texas and finding a cool dry place during
> > summer months may be hard to do.
> > Any suggestions would be helpful.
> > The best for last
> > BILL1BURP