Noun(1) a commercial leavening agent containing yeast cells; used to raise the dough in making bread and for fermenting beer or whiskey
(1) There are still some who believe that bread made with barm had an especially good flavour.(2) Elizabeth David, in a fine account of the history of yeast in English baking, remarks that: In Chaucer's England one of the names for yeast or barm was goddisgoode.(3) So the first barm -raised bread was developed.(4) It looks like barm or yeast, but, being unfit for use, is only beggarly barm at best.(5) Spring water, barm and malt of grain have created this classic whisky.(6) Though the recipe included in the book by Weaver calls for a sourdough mixture, I felt that a beer barm might be a good replication of the leavening agent.(7) Poultices of wormwood boiled in grease, barm , or wine, may be applied with good success to white swellings.
1. yeast ::
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