My "Go to" bread machine yeast
This, when I have been able to get hold of it, is my "go to" bread machine yeast' - better, and more economical than the sachets. I like my rolls soft and fluffy so use at least double the recommended yeast (and increase its food, the sugar). I always check the temperature of the water (or water/milk mix) and ensuring it is not above 45“ (usually around 40“), have never had problems, even when using wholemeal flour and/or adding seeds to the dough.
Does not work well for bread machines
Cannot use this for my bread maker. When areTesco’s going to bring back the Alison’s green tin yeast specifically for bread makers? Great if you make bread by hand, but not for bread makers.
this is a good product but unable to get it for we
this is a good product but unable to get it for weeks now. have strong flour but no good without yeast. Please try to get it when you can. Thanks
great stuff in my bread maker. But can't get it a
great stuff in my bread maker. But can't get it anywhere.
Great product but hard to obtain
I make my own breads. That includes German style rye bread, wholemeal bread, Spelt bread, Granary bread, pizza base as well as your basic white. I’ve never had anything less than great results with this yeast. But why oh why is it so hard to get hold of it at the moment. Come on Tesco! Get it on the shelf!
Great bread machine yeast!
Great product and not surprised it is hardly ever available!
Excellent active yeast, no wonder you can hardly buy any. It's not contaminated with wheat like some others are.
Excellent product that I have been using for years after trying to always buy fresh yeast and not always succeeding. I make our bread, rolls, pizza etc 99% of the time and never have any failures with the dough. I use the slow dough method now and the dough is superb as is the flavour.
Allison's dry bread yeast
I have used this yeast for many years.Never had a failure.Its the best.
Please bring back sachets
I always baked with Allinson yeast, but not sure how well the yeast strength would stay as it's in a much bigger tin than previous box of sachets. Why can't they sell the same products in the sachets as not everyone bakes every day?