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Organic FRESH yeast

Organic FRESH yeast

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BIOREAL Organic Fresh Yeast - purely organic, no chemicals! Unlike conventional yeast, BIOREAL organic yeast is produced using organic cereals without the use of chemical additives during fermentation.

BIOREAL Organic Fresh Yeast

Better for you. Better for the environment.

To produce conventional yeast, chemical nitrogen sources such as ammonia, ammonia salts and lyes as well as acids including sulphuric acid, synthetic vitamins and growth substances are used.

Unlike conventional yeast, BIOREAL organic yeast is produced using organic cereals without the use of chemical additives during fermentation.  Better for you.

Since no chemical additives are used, BIOREAL organic yeast needs no rinsing either, so no chemically contaminated waste water is produced from this way of production. Better for the environment.

A further benefit is that the organic fermentation medium also forms the basis of additional baking products such as sponge or yeast sourdough starter.

This way of production is particularly eco-friendly and sustainable. For this reason, BIOREAL organic yeast is certified nationally and internationally by organic certification.

Want to know more? "Why you may want to consider switching to organic yeast"

Using Organic Fresh Yeast

BIOREAL organic fresh yeast can be used like conventional live yeast. As a guide, for a 500g loaf you will need on average 10g of fresh yeast but please follow quantities as stipulated in your recipe.

Available in Two Weights

42g Cubes (£1) suitable for those baking in domestic volumes. (Approximately 2-4 loaves depending on the size of your loaf)

1kg Blocks (£8) suitable for those baking in professional volumes (Approximately 50-100 loaves depending on the size of your loaf).

Shelf Life

Live yeast is a living organism with a limited shelf life. Current stock of 42g has a best before date of 14.01.2018 Current stock of 1kg has a best before date of 08.01.2018

 

Please select the appropriate weight for the volume of your baking, we'd hate for it to die before you've used it up!

 

Despatch of Live Yeast

Please Note: We do not despatch live yeast on a Friday since it would die a slow and lingering death in the courier's depot over the weekend. If you place an order after 11am Thursday which includes live yeast, please allow for the fact that your whole order will be held until despatch the following Monday.

 

£1.00 - £8.00

Shipton Mill Cookbook – A Handful of Flour

We are beyond excited to announce the launch our first cookbook with Headline Publishing.

A Handful of Flour

“A Handful Of Flour” explores a myriad of flours and their different flavours, in a selection of well-worked classic recipes with a fresh and contemporary twist.

More than just a baking book, this is a book to introduce you to cooking with flour in general, from popular and classic varieties to ancient grains and gluten free flours.

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Common questions

When will my order be delivered?

We endeavour to despatch your order within 3-5 working days. For orders received before 11am we do our utmost to deliver next working day but this is not guaranteed. More ...

What do you charge for delivery?

We offer Free Delivery to most parts of the country on order values of £30 or more up to a maximum weight of 100kg; standard delivery on orders below £30 is £6. More ...

How can I keep an eye on my orders?

Your orders are stored on our system - you can save your basket to come back later and you can re-fill your basket with the items from your previous orders. Log in to My Shipton Mill to find out more.

How should I store my flour and how long will it keep?

Ideally flour should be kept in a sealed container in a cool dry place with stable temperature. Typically white flour has a shelf life from milling of 12 months. Wholemeal flour will be good for 6 months. More ...