There was lot of debate about wether saccharomyces boulardii needed to be refrigerated or not. Since it is a live bacteria, I went on the side of caution and bought the SB from a company who was keeping it refrigerated.
I’m looking to buy the Baker’s Yeast now since it’s much cheaper, but I don’t see mention of it being refrigerated from any companies selling it.
It should be kept in refrigeration correct?
Also, everything I see online is dried yeast. Should it be fresh baker’s yeast or is dried baker’s yeast acceptable?
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