[tawr-yuh-luh, -uh-luh, tawr-]
- a highly nutritious yeast produced commercially on a sugar recovered from the manufacture of wood products or from processed fruit.
Origin of torula
Also called torula yeast.
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Examples from the Web for torula
The next thing to do was to make out how this torula was related to the other plants.
You can see with the microscope the Torula of fermenting must or beer.Fragments of science, V. 1-2
Of course the first obvious suggestion is, that the torula has been generated within the fluid.
I have found the Torula in a great variety of syrups which have spontaneously undergone fermentation.
They exactly resemble in everything except the size, the globules of the yeast plant, the Torula Cerevesi.