brewers yeast


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brew′er's yeast′


n.
a yeast suitable for use as a ferment in the manufacture of wine and beer.
[1915–20]
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Wheat, rye, and barley also find their way into soups, salad dressings, condiments (soy sauce and malt vinegar), beer, and cooking ingredients, such as brewers yeast and malt extract.
Brewers yeast is a living organism--a fungus -that ferments the sugars in the malt, and is separated from the beer after fermenting.
Blue Dog Bakery uses a proprietary peanut butter flavor made from fresh peanuts, unbleached wheat flour, whole wheat flour, real black strap molasses, sustainably grown palm oil, rolled oats, natural caramel color, egg powder, baking soda and brewers yeast. Of important notice to owners of obese dogs, each low-fat treat contains 40 calories.
The scientists then spliced these genes into Brewers yeast - used to make beer and wine - so that the yeast cells churned out methyl halides instead of alcohol.
Although Burton is no longer the centre of British brewing, the town still supplies most of the spent brewers yeast that constitutes the base ingredient for both Marmite and Bovril.
Brewers Yeast * The act of fermentation in and of itself creates strongly medicinal and nutritional beverages.
To make it, brewers yeast is broken down to release soluble amino acids and proteins which are then concentrated and filtered before a blend of vitamins, vegetable and spice extracts are added.
* Non-fortified Nutritional yeast -- Basic Yeast, Brewers Yeast