Varia - Yeast, instant 125 gram vacuum packed - Bruggeman

Yeast 125 g vacuum packed from the Belgian brand "Algistbruggeman". "Bruggeman" Instant Yeast Blue The standard quality. Many more gluten-free lactose-free diet food online. Shipping to foreign countries. Paypal (Mastercard, ...

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Article nr: U90703 1040
Yeast, instant
Weight: 125 grams
the Belgian brand "AlgistBruggeman".
EAN: 54061040

"Bruggeman" Instant Yeast Blue
The standard quality, suitable for just about every recipe and every baking techniques (bread doughs, puff pastries and sugar doughs to 10% sugar).

Corresponds to about 350 grams of fresh yeast.

under controlled atmosphere, the dry yeast sealed air-tight in order to avoid contact with oxygen, water, and light and so to ensure a long shelf life.

An important advantage of the dry yeast is that they do not need to be pre-dissolved in water prior to their mixing with the dough.

The shelf life in sealed vacuum package is 2 years old.
Once the package has been opened and is kept in a sealed container in the refrigerator, the shelf life is about two months. Here it is important that it is prevented that there is condensation at the opening of the compartment and thus prior to the yeast will have the time to come somewhat on temperature. If moisture condenses on the yeast shelf life will decline faster.

When the instant yeast is not used within a period of two months, then it may be that after that period the rijskracht what begins to decline. There is then nothing wrong with the yeast and it can also be used safely. However, the loss in rijskracht must then be compensated for by adding a little more to go.

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