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Yeast BreadUPLOAD A RECIPE

Yeast breads are all made with yeast acting as its leavening agent. Yeast activates when it comes into contact with flour, sugar, water and heat. It produces carbon dioxide bubbles that cause the bread dough to rise. When the dough is done baking, the resulting product is a loaf of bread that is soft and spongy in texture.