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Transcript of Yeast
dough rise and become fluffy. Yeast Shifani Kaul TFJ2O0-D
October 01st 2012 There is also yeast in the atmosphere. Yest cells multiple really fast. One cell starts to swell up and become puffier, soon this cell divides and the process continues all over again. These cells keep on replicating. This replication cycle is called budding. Replication Some yeast cells create particles called enzymes. These start turning the starch in the dough into sugar. While this enzyme is turning starch into sugar, another enzyme is turning the sugar into carbon dioxide, CO2. Now these bubbles flow through the dough into air pockets and make the dough fluffy and allow it to rise. When the dough is used to make a cake or another baking good, eventually the CO2 will get out leaving behind small air bubbles. Enzymes http://www.ehow.com/list_6293058_list-foods-containing-yeast.html#page=0