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May
13,
2020

Home Baking with INSTAFERM®01

May 13, 2020

Baking your way through anxiety or uncertainty is nothing new – in fact anxiety has been on the rise since 2016, according to the American Psychiatric Association, and baking has climbed with it. But with the pandemic confining millions to their homes, the practice is rising faster than a packet of quick-acting yeast.” Excerpt from: Kneading to relax? How coronavirus prompted a surge in stress baking. Click here to read the article. 

Click here for an easy guide (Recommended use, Storage of yeast, Directions for use) for using INSTAFERM®01 in your homes.

Click here for a short video on how to open an INSTAFERM®01, add the yeast to flour and the storage of the yeast. 

Click here for frequently asked questions for using INSTAFERM®01 for home baking.

The rise of baking during the past weeks has moved our yeast to supermarket shelves in some areas in Canada and the US. INSTAFERM®01 Instant Dry Yeast (450 g pack) has been on the market for many decades for industrial bakers. Now, to meet the huge consumer demand for yeast, consumers are buying INSTAFERM® 01 for their home baking.

Some features about INSTAFERM®01:

• Specially formulated for baking
• Vacuum packed to preserve its quality. This creates a solid pack; the yeast is free flowing once the pack is opened.
• Mix directly with the dry ingredients
• Gluten-free | suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets | Kosher certified | Bio-checked Non-GMO certified

The small yeast sachets usually sold in retail stores are approx. 8 to 10 g (approx. 2 teaspoons or 1 tablespoon) and are recommended for 3 cups of flour (approx. 450 to 500 g).

If you have any questions that are not answered in this guide, please contact us baking@lallemand.com.

Happy Baking with INSTAFERM®01!

 

Comments

  • Avatar Thomas Tumminello
    May 28, 2020

    Thank you for your prompt reply to my email. The information you provided was extremely helpful and I truly appreciate it.
    I look forward to lots of bread making.

    • Avatar shamla
      May 28, 2020

      We are glad to hear of your positive feedback. Happy Baking.
      Regards
      Lallemand Baking Team

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