What Temperature Kills Yeast?

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A temperature of 140 degrees will kill all yeast completely. The yeast starts die at 120 degrees, but has to be heated fully to 140 to kill it completely.
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Most textbooks and cook books have different ranges on how high the temp must be before yeast dies, but most agree with a 138•f to 140•f.
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1. Let the yeast starve. In this method, you simply let the yeast consume all of the sugar until there is nothing left to eat, at which point it simply starves. This will produce
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Garlic kills yeast. Those who bake bread know not to add garlic while the dough is rising. Ask ChaCha!
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What is yeast? Yeast is a one-celled microorganism growing all around us and on us. It grows when it has food and water, and suspends growth when it does not. In suspended animation
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