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Quick Yeast 125g

For all bread baking, and ideal for bread machines, just add this Quick Yeast straight from pack to the dry ingredients in your recipe.

There is enough yeast in this pack for a variety of breads and yeast cookery.

The Quick Yeast is gluten free and suitable for Vegan diets.

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£1.15 (£0.92/100g)

Dietary and allergen information:

gluten free.


yeast, emulsifier (sorbitan monostearate).

Made in France.
Storage: keep airtight & store in a cool dry place.  Use within 2 months of opening.



Typical values per 100g
Energy 1491kJ
Fat 5.7g
of which saturates 0.9g
Carbohydrate 19.0g
of which sugars 14.0g
Fibre 27.0g
Protein 43.5g
Salt 0.3g

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By Mr John Pennell

10 Nov 2011 | 17:38 GMT

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The yeast is VERY easy to use and brilliant. I make bread by hand and as long as you mix the yeast, sugar and salt in to the dry flour well, before adding the water everything works fine. I Always make 3 loaves at a time and add one extra teaspoon of yeast to the 3 loaf mix - just gives it that added flavour. For ease of use I simply mix in the water with a flat wooden spatula and then ball everything up with one (oiled) hand and leave to stand before kneading in the oil I like to add. Haven't had bread like this since my mother made it (every day) in the sixties.

By Ms carol Tunnicliffe

26 Oct 2011 | 18:58 BST

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Mr Healy. I too found this. I changed from a sachet quick yeast to doves as doves was better value. My bread seems to rise far to much initially and then is flat on the top.My machine manual suggests that when using fast action yeast then use only 1/2 tsp if the recipe calls for 1 tsp. I am trying this next time - will let you know how I get on!


26 Aug 2011 | 12:27 BST

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As a novice to breadmaking,i have recently changed to quick yeast in my breadmaker.allthough the bread tastes fine ,i am unable to produce the pleasing round top.can anybody me what i am doing wrong tell

By Mrs caroline wilkinson

27 Feb 2011 | 20:34 GMT

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Doves yeast is easy to use and gives consistently reliable results with Doves stoneground wholewheat sack flour. For a long overnight rise, use a little less, otherwise use recommended amount.

By Mrs christina mattock

21 Nov 2010 | 18:50 GMT

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doves yeast works well in my bread machine and is great in hand made bread rises well . if use dove flour need little extra yeast