yeast cake

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small cake of compressed moist yeast

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We drank the coffeewith hot milkthat she claimed was the only way to break the fast, and with it we nibbled at the yeast cake we had made, in her special way, which was always the first thing we ate.
A slice or two of panettone, Italian yeast cake with dried fruit, gets a festive lift with spicy berries and clotted cream, making a beautifully indulgent mid-afternoon treat and Gareth's snowy yule log recipe is simple to follow and lets the cook's imagination take over when it comes to decoration.
GAER AEBLESKIVER (PANCAKE BALLS WITH YEAST) (GAYR E-BLE-SKEE-WYR) 1 yeast cake or 1 envelope dry active yeast 1 tablespoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 cups rich milk 2 cups flour 4 eggs 1 Combine yeast, sugar and salt.
SOURDOUGH STARTER 1 yeast cake or 1 package active dry yeast 2 cups flour 2 cups warm water In glass or plastic jar, thoroughly mix yeast, flour and warm water.
Evelyn Eickmeyer sent in this recipe for potato yeast: Yeast starter 4 large mealy potatoes 2 quarts cold water 1 cup loose dry hops 2 tablespoons white sugar 4 tablespoons flour 1 yeast cake dissolved in 1/4 cup warm water Tie hops in a piece of coarse muslin.
1 cup liquid yeast, or I yeast cake dissolved in a cup of warm water.
Blend thoroughly and set aside; cool to lukewarm, then add 1 purchased (where to purchase?) compressed yeast cake or 1 tablespoon dry yeast powder.
Some time ago a friend told me about how his mom made these dry yeast cakes. Not only were they delicious, but she never had to buy yeast -- and she made some delightful bread.
Can anyone please help me learn to make, keep and use these dry yeast cakes? -- Marianne in Okeechobee, FL
Here is my recipe for Everlasting Yeast: 1 quart warm potato water 1/2 yeast cake or 1/2 tablespoon dry yeast 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons sugar 2 cups white or whole wheat flour
Beautifully illustrated throughout with full color photography of finished dishes, the recipes range from Honey Candy Apples; Chocolate Topped Maple Pecan Brittle; Salted Caramel & Peanut Bars; Molten Chocolate Cakes with Caramel Lava; and Dulce de Leche & Toasted Coconut Yeast Cakes; to Caramelized Onion Tart; Salted Caramel Eclairs with Espresso Chocolate; Banana Pancakes with Peanut Butter Caramel Sauce; and Marbled pavlovas with Chocolate Caramel Mousse.
Another reader is looking for "everlasting yeast," another type of starter--one that uses the fermentation process to produce yeast, the only way our ancestors had to leaven bread before dry yeast or yeast cakes became the norm.
I RECALL many memories in my childhood in 1930s, most over the Christmas season, when my mother would be busy making yeast cakes and Christmas puddings.
maple syrup or maple sugar or honey 1 teaspoon salt 2 yeast cakes (may substitute sourdough) 2 teaspoons anise seed powder 1 tablespoon shortening Heat together all ingredients except flour and yeast; cool to lukewarm before adding those 2 ingredients.
It includes recipes for everlasting yeast, yeast cakes using hops, and sourdough starter.