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Table of Contents IntroductionPage 1 Experimentation Page 1 DiscussionPage 2 ConclusionPage 2 Acknowledgments Page 2 ReferencesPage 3 Introduction My experiment was with yeast and the best food for it I wanted to know what would make the yeast grow better I used corn syrup gelatin grape juice and flour mixed with water I thought that the corn syrup which is high in processed sugars would produce the make the most carbon dioxide gas Carbon dioxide is a by-product made when yeast reproduces The flour which is high in starch I expect to produce some carbon dioxide and the gelatin high in protein not do much And I expected the grape juice which is high in natural sugar to be the food yeast doesnt like and make the least gas The information that I discovered through this experiment I hope to use to increase my comprehension of baking techniques Experimentation For the actual experiment I used four 4 ICB root beer bottles 4 balloons yeast and the yeast foods- corn syrup flourwater gelatin and grape juice The yeast was a solution-6 teaspoons of yeast per cup of very warm 105 to 115 water Into all four bottles I put four tablespoons tbsp of the yeast solution Put cup of corn syrup into bottle one along with the yeast solution Into bottle two goes cup of water and cup of flour and the yeast solution Next mix the gelatin according to directions on the package about one-tablespoon of powder to cup of water The cup of the gelatin goes into the 3rd bottle along with 4 tbsp of the yeast solution Into the 4th and final bottle put in cup of 100 grape juice and the 4 tablespoons of yeast solution Slip a balloon over the mouth of each bottle far enough so that no gas can escape Lay
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