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Posted by deborah on Thursday, March 18, 2010 at 11:58am.

i need to write a process paragraph about how yeast causes bread to rise.
i was wondering if this was good.

Yeast is the essential cells of Saccharomyces cervisiae waiting to be activated. Take a half cup of warm water or milk in a bowl, and add a teaspoon of sugar. Then slowly put in your package of yeast, let sit for ten minutes. Within a few minutes of exposure to warm water or milk, the yeast begins to bubble up and expand. These cells come to life exposed to sugar and digesting portions of it. This rapid, eating digestion cycle begins to release gas bubbles of carbon dioxide and small amounts of ethanol alcohol. In turn, the pockets of gas bubbles trapped in the dough, cause the rising action. Too much salt can inhibit the rising action. Therefore, as i like to bake, there would be no homemade bread.

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