Active Dry Yeast Definition
Active Dry Yeast is a dried form of yeast that, combined with other dough ingredients, is activated by rehydration.
Active Dry Yeast needs to be mixed with warm water at around 105–115F for about 10 minutes. This process is also called proofing.
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