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Fresh Yeast

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clayspaniel Sun 28-Dec-14 10:59:03

Where is fresh sold? Would like to use some for making bread but have only been able to find dried.

Idefix Sun 28-Dec-14 14:02:05

Not sure in the uk, where I live we have the opposite - no dried...
The fresh yeast is kept in the fridges near cheese etc. might be worth trying a health food shop?
Hope you find some.

BobsTaintedLeftLeg Sun 28-Dec-14 15:27:42

A proper bakers might sell you some of theirs?

If DH wants fresh he speaks to the bakery dept at work and gets some from them.

Cataline Sun 28-Dec-14 15:29:24

Most supermarkets that have an instore bakery sell it. I get mine from Sainsbury and it's about 50p for a big chunk. It only lasts for a day or two though so you have to get it right before you want to use it.

HoHoEffingHo Sun 28-Dec-14 15:30:55

Morrisons sell it in the same area as butter, in little blocks, only 50p or so.

CatsClaus Sun 28-Dec-14 15:32:20

i get mine from the tesco bakery...mostly it is free, but they occasionally charge for it.

I love the smell and feel of it <weirdy baker lady>

bigTillyMint Sun 28-Dec-14 15:34:25

I haven't seen it for years! I remember using it for my o level cookery in the dark ages though!

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