Compressed yeast

Definition

noun

A type of baker's yeast commercially available as a moist square cake containing live cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae combined with a starchy or absorbent paste.


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Compared to dry yeast, the compressed yeast is moist and the yeast cells are still active. Hence, compressed yeast is highly perishable.


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