BREAD@cykick.infores.com wrote about BREAD Digest V6 #2 to
All on 10 Jan 95 08:45:13 saying...
Responding to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Michelle Campbell)
I know that in normal bread recipes, some of the sugar is there to be
used as yeast food. BUT what does the yeast eat when there is *no*
sugar in the dough (eg, the pizza dough my SO makes)?
The yeast eats what ever sugars it can find. When it finds no sugar, it starts
breaking down the dough to extract the sugars from the flour.
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