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Default instant vs. regular yeast

A bread recipe calls for instant yeast - all I have is regular Red
Star. Can I use it? If so, in same quantity? Thanks.

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Default instant vs. regular yeast

On Feb 22, 2:57*pm, Kalmia wrote:
A bread recipe *calls for instant yeast - all I have is regular Red
Star. *Can I use it? If so, in same quantity? Thanks.


5 gm instant would equal 7 gm. regular
Pierre


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