Dry yeast

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noun

A type of baker's yeast where it contains dehydrated yeast cells of a particular strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae (which may be mixed with starchy material). It is a commercially-available by-product from the brewing industry as a natural source of protein and vitamin B complex.


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