How To Remove The Smell Of Yeast From Bread?

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Mar. 24, 2011


 

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How does the smell of yeast is found on your bread?

You will be finding that the smell of yeast in the bread will smell like the same odor that you got when you opened the fresh pack of yeast and the bread has a sour flavor to taste. If you find one of these two things happen, then you need to remove the yeast smell.

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Removing yeast smell: Discussed here are some of solutions to the issues for the cause of yeasty flavor on you the bread that you make at home.

Do the finger-top test to find out that you risen the bread good enough, that is, not more than twice the amount of dough you used initially. You can measure and make a mark to stop baking and remove the bread from the oven at the right time.

This is always good to keep the temperature for rising and baking at 75 to 85 degree Fahrenheit, while the mixing temperature being room temperature of 37 degree Celsius.

Knead the dough well that the yeast spreads evenly into the entire dough and does not be in patches, so that this does not leave yeast flavor in regions where the yeast are in higher amounts. This being the case, your bread also will not rise properly and will cause problems in giving you proper bread.

When you have ruled out all these possibilities and still find the bread carry a yeasty flavor, then smell into your bread making machine, when switched off. You will find that the yeasty flavor is from there and you need to clean the whole machine with hot water, lemon rinds and baking soda to remove the yeasty flavor in the bread machine.

As you have come to know of the solution to remove the smell of yeast, then you are right, you can now make tastier breads that you can even sell them to others.

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