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  • Yeast is an Eukaryotic cell (DNA + a nucleus) responsible for alcoholic fermentation: they eat sugar and “poop” alcohol.

    Some like it hot and high alcohol – others don’t | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • In the Christian mythos the metaphoric Yeast is in the Bread, the symbolic snake that eats its own tale slithers through the Tree of Life promising knowledge/scientia of itself, etc.

    Dawkins Misuses Science

  • "Yeast is only available in Gringo groceries such as Superlake and el Dorito:}"

    Yeast we forget!

  • Yeast is only available in Gringo groceries such as Superlake and el Dorito:} Then it's $30 pesos for enough to make two loaves.

    Yeast we forget!

  • The most common brand is Fleischmann's Yeast, which is what I use 99. 9\% of the time.

    Baking and Books

  • Podshow also has some great quality music/shows like RocknRoll Geekshow, and the Podsafe Music Network, but some of the second tier 'talk shows' such as Yeast Radio are largely cringeworthy/niche, whatever their off-off-off broadway appeal.

    Brittney Spears leaves Kevin for Adam Curry

  • Podshow also has some great quality music/shows like RocknRoll Geekshow, and the Podsafe Music Network, but some of the second tier 'talk shows' such as Yeast Radio are largely cringeworthy/niche, whatever their off-off-off broadway appeal.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • What village feasts have come to, I fear, in many cases, may be read in the pages of "Yeast" (though I never saw one so bad — thank God!).

    Tom Brown's Schooldays

  • It is a small kernel rattling in a very big shell, as Charles Kingsley said in "Yeast" of the Church service at St. Paul's in the fifties of the last century.

    Notes on Islam

  • Kingsley wrote 'Yeast' and 'Alton Locke' before 'Westward Ho!' and

    Days Off And Other Digressions

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