SAF Instant Yeast reviews

Global Rating: 5.00 from 4 reviews.

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SAF Instant Yeast (5/5) Jan 22, 2010 Christine Nixon West Monroe Lo US
  This is the best yeast ever! Mixes easily into your dry ingredients. You don't need to disolve in water first.

Makes a noticeable difference in the height of the rise, and shortens the rising time considerably.

I keep this in my freezer in an airtight container. I'm currently using from some I purchashed 3 yrs. ago. Still works great!

I also use it straight from the freezer. No need to bring it up to room temperature before using.

It's the best yeast I've ever used. I highly recomend it.
Best Instant Yeast Ever! (5/5) Apr 11, 2014 Patti Johnson Lawrence Ka US
  Got this yeast today and made a nice big loaf of bread in my baking cloche. Perfect. I can see why so many folks rave about this instant yeast. It's easy to use and works great! I'll keep some in my freezer at all times! :)
POWERFUL (5/5) Mar 19, 2011 eric williams river grove il UK
  there is a reason breadtopia only sells a single yeast. because this is the STANDARD. if you are feel like rolling the dice, go ahead and buy some yeast from your local grocery store. it will.....probably work. id put money on this working 100% of the time even if you were dumb enough to abuse it to some extent. after 'the bomb' all that will be left are cockroaches and my SAF yeast. enjoy the roaches, ill stick with bread.
More bread, PLEASE!!! (5/5) May 6, 2013 Terry Kokosenski Waycross GA US
  This is my review of SAF Red Yeast left at ChefTalk.com a few years ago:

My one pound package of SAF R.I.Y. was purchased in Nov/Dec 2007 and in between uses, has been stored in the freezer in a glass Le Parfait container graced with a wire spring bale and rubber gasket for good preservation. Today, 19SEP2010, the last of that pound of yeast was used in making my weekly batard consisting of 6C flour, either KA AP flour or bread flour from Weisenberger Mills of Kentucky. And a poolish went into each loaf.
The one pound package of yeast made approximately 125-150 two-pound loaves and its activity never seemed to waiver. The yeast seems just as active now as it did way back at the end of 2007.
Just an fyi.

TIA
-TK

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