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From: Enders <enders@plains.NoDak.edu>
Subject: Other uses for yeast?
Date: 1990-04-01 17:00:27 GMT

After following the discussion on using spent grain, I got to wondering
about usse for the other brewing by-product, namely yeast.

Could you use the yeast left over after fermentation for something else
such as baking? Anyone try this? How did it work? Seems like something
worth trying!

I'm waiting for a shipment of goodies to arrive, and hope to have a nice
batch of IPA going next weekend. I also want to try brewing a Vienna lager.
Anyone have a good recipe (preferably all grain)? I see GFSR has Vienna malt,
but $1.95/lb seems a bit steep. Anyone have a less expensive source?

The IPA will be my first experiment in all grain brewing, and will also
be the first test of small scale mashing as my production facilities will only
allow me to make a 2 gal. batch. Should be FUN!

Todd Enders ARPA: enders@plains.nodak.edu
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