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Re: Searching for the perfect crust
« Reply #40 on: August 02, 2018, 03:15:21 PM »
Not trying to start a argument but in my mind
I always thought of yeast eating at a set amount regardless of sugar levels. More sugar means a more prolonged feeding .

This is just my baseless speculation.
Here's some more baseless speculation for you:  I think you're right that a set amount of yeast can probably only metabolize a certain amount of sugar, but don't forget that the yeast is using at least part of that fuel for reproduction.  So the more you feed it, the more there is, and the more there is, the more it eats.    The way I see it, there's sort of a dance going on between the yeast and whatever food sources are available to it.
Quote under my pic excludes Little Caesar's.

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