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Re: Using Distillers Yeast in place of Bread Yeast

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  • made_it_myself
    Yes absolutely you can. The main reason Bakers yeast is used is that it is usually easier to get than specialised yeasts, and also because it is cheap (except
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 11, 2012
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      Yes absolutely you can.
      The main reason Bakers yeast is used is that it is usually easier to get than specialised yeasts, and also because it is cheap (except in the UK of course!)

      If you have a HBS near you then take advantage, and use what they have I personally believe you will get a better product, although there are some who will disagree.

      --- In new_distillers@yahoogroups.com, "Dan" <imaginationstours@...> wrote:
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      > I have been following the recipe for Hybrid MUM wash. I had bought some distillers yeast for another recipe that I wanted to try. My question is can I substitute Distillers Yeast for the bread yeast in the Hybrid MUM and would I use the same amounts??
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      > Thanks yall,
      > Texas Cooker
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