Top 12 Yeast Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Yeast Quotes from famous people such as Hans Fischer, Paul Hollywood, Kenelm Digby, Mary Berry, Katie Lowes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

Coproporphyrin in particular is widespread; traces are

Coproporphyrin in particular is widespread; traces are present in normal urine and also in yeast. In special cultures, yeast can be made to produce considerable quantities of coproporphyrin.
Hans Fischer
There’s something clean, simple, and even detoxifying about a loaf that contains nothing more than the best stone-ground, whole-meal flour, salt, yeast and water.
Paul Hollywood
Note, that yeast of good Beer, is better then that of Ale.
Kenelm Digby
My bread and croissants wouldn’t win a prize! I’m not an expert in yeast cookery.
Mary Berry
When I have any sort of diet that’s high in sugar or yeast, I would find that my body would be very much out of whack.
Katie Lowes
The biggest problem was convincing my father that organic food was worth eating. All he could think of was the nut loaf with yeast gravy that my mother made in the Seventies.
Nell Newman
Any group that intends to sell laboratory meat will need to build bioreactors – factories that can grow cells under pristine conditions. Bioreactors aren’t new; beer and yeast are made using similar methods.
Michael Specter
Weird stuff, for me, is not that weird. I guess if it were other people, they’d think it was weird. I eat nutritional yeast. And sometimes I take clay shots to help pull toxins out of my body. I eat weird L.A. food, so I guess that’s probably weird in other people’s eyes.
Stephanie Beatriz
After my pregnancy, I discovered I have an allergy to yeast. Problem is, all the food I love has yeast in it. So I have to relearn how to cook.
Tia Mowry
Microbes such as bacteria and yeast use enzymes to make fuels from biomass. We use directed evolution to perfect those enzymes and make new fuels efficiently.
Frances Arnold
Jellyfish serve as a model for bioengineers for the same reason yeast were once so valuable to geneticists: they’re simple to deconstruct.
Jeffrey Kluger
I only take vitamin B complex. Before World War II, I used to take ionized yeast, because in the pre-war era we never heard about vitamins.
John Gokongwei