A few years ago, a lecturer on Christian Science said something that really stood out to me: “Yeast on a shelf doesn’t leaven the bread. ” To make bread, yeast needs to be added to flour, salt, and water, then the ingredients must be stirred, before the resulting dough is allowed to rise, and then baked.
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