She was quite calm, so calm that she found herself thinking that she had forgotten to get an yeast cake for Mary.
Use one and one-half cups of this mixture in place of the yeast cake.
In one pint of tepid water she dissolved a half-tablespoonful of salt and half a yeast cake.
You have there some sugar, some bread and a yeast cake; have you not?
Mary's Aunt taught her the possibilities of what she called a "Dutch" sponge—prepared from one Fleischman's yeast cake.
Dissolve the yeast cake and add it to the milk and a sufficient amount of the flour to make a sponge.
"No, but I want a yeast cake and some flour to make bread with," said the mamma monkey.
When one returned from the village store with numerous packages, he would generally hear, "My yeast cake was forgotten."
Place the fat, the sugar, and the salt in the mixing bowl and add the yeast cake dissolved in a little of the liquid.
When lukewarm, add the yeast cake dissolved in one-fourth of a cup of lukewarm water.