Translation of yeast in Spanish:


levadura, n.

Pronunciation /jist/ /jiːst/

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    levadura feminine
    yeast dough masa de levadura
    • As beer brewers do with yeast, the Wiandts drop bits of mycelia into a malt sugar solution.
    • The inclusion of yeast results in fermentation and causes the dough to rise, if it is left in a warm place.
    • To make dough, allow yeast to stand in a small bowl until frothy, about 10 minutes.
    • For the last ten years, like a lump of bread dough without yeast, our consumption rates have refused to rise.
    • They were raised on standard cornmeal medium supplemented with live yeast.
    • Allowing the yeast or other leavening agents to do their duty.
    • When it came time to bake bread, a cup of this live culture would be added to the dough to provide the yeast needed to leaven the bread.
    • This bottle-conditioned ale contains live yeast which allows the beer to develop in the bottle.
    • Place water, honey and yeast in the food processor and leave until frothy, about 10 minutes.
    • One of the key ingredients in a home-baked loaf apart from yeast, flour, salt and water - is time.
    • In yeast breads, use a bit more yeast or let the dough rise longer.
    • Like with Mac's in Nelson, there's the pungent, delectable smell of yeast and fermentation.
    • Added to selective breeding is another step, another human act, that of using yeast to raise the bread or ferment the wine.
    • But orgies of organic molecules are not life, just as flour, water, yeast, and salt are not bread.
    • The box contains all the ingredients, like the grape juice concentrate, yeast, and stabilizing agents.
    • The bagel is defined as a hard bread roll made of yeast dough twisted into a doughnutlike shape, cooked in simmering water and then baked.
    • To make the dough, blend the yeast with 4 tbsp water at body temperature.
    • Not yet available in the market, this bread is made of naturally fermented rice starter dough with no artificial yeast or preservatives added.
    • Kvass is a lightly fermented sour-sweet beverage that is commonly made of black bread or grain with yeast and somewhat resembles beer in flavor.
    • Each pack contained flour, sunflower oil, sugar, haricot beans, rice, salt, noodles, yeast, and canned food.