What ingredient to increase to get more Co2 output?
I am about to make a second batch of DIY yeast co2, i want to make more bubbles produce from my bottles. Do i increase the amount of yeast or the amount of sugar to get this to happen? If someone would describe to me what the yeast and sugar do in this reaction it would be helpful. I.E., does the yeast eat the sugar, and the more sugar make the reaction last longer? The more yeast means there will be more co2 produced? I am a little confused, the recipe i am using is for a 1 litre: 1 Cup sugar, 1/4 tsp baking yeast, 1 tsp baking soda, and the water. Any help would be appreciated.