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Synonyms for yeast

a mass of bubbles in or on the surface of a liquid

an agent that stimulates or precipitates a reaction, development, or change

to form or cause to form foam

Synonyms for yeast

a commercial leavening agent containing yeast cells

any of various single-celled fungi that reproduce asexually by budding or division

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The wild yeast and bacteria are in the air, and they're on the grain.
Fermenting with wild yeast converts sugars into lactic acid, lowering the bread's glycemic index (and imparting that trademark slightly sour taste).
The fermentation of sugars by wild yeast isolated from local traditional banana wine leads to the sharp increase of alcohol content as given in Figure 4.
The grapes are hand-harvested and fermented in 100 per cent French oak (which has already seen six vintages) with wild yeast.
It is a spontaneous fermentation using wild yeasts (non-Saccharomyces) and Saccharomyces cerevisiae, with a predominance of the latter species (MORAIS et al.
Wild yeast does not flocculate, but modern strains have developed this important ability.
Apart from barley, malt and wild yeast, Iron Age beer contained mugwort and carrot seed, plus stinking nightshade to increase alcohol content.
This step is important and necessary to kill any wild yeast or bacteria that may be present.
After all, the ingredients are the same and they both depended on the wild yeast to get the party started.
Total plate, yeast and mold, wild yeast and lactic acid bacteria counts were measured before and after treatments.
Discovering a connection between gastronomic pleasure and open-source economics, Chicago-based Nancy Klehm presented visitors with recipes for making mead, pickles, and bread using wild yeast, a type of naturally occurring yeast that varies from one geographical region to the next.
Some are prepared using commercial yeast, whereas others are prepared using wild yeast.
The initial listings include Cape Heights Wild Yeast Chenin Blanc 2005 and Cape Heights Reserve Pinotage 2005--both priced at 4.