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Can I buy the yeast at ACME???

hello everone~

For making the DIY CO2 ,

I need the yeast~~~!!!

Can I buy it at ACME???

I went acme and looked for the yeast for 1 hour

but i couldn't find... it was 12:00 pm and there was no employees

I asked to cashiers but they didnt know about yeast

have anyone seen the yeast at ACME?

how does it look like? can i see "yeast" on its package???

how can i find it on the store?lol

help me...

i'm sorry i just came to America and cant write english well....

last time , i bought bread flour. i thought it was bread yeast...

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You can get bread yeast at any grocery store. Go to the baking section.

Silicone sealant is also available there in the hardware section. Or any hardware store will have them (Home depot, home base etc)
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Many people say they prefere using liquid nails instead of silicone because it wont leak. After all the leaks I got using the silicone sealant, I would use liquid nails if I could do it again.
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The best place to buy yeast is at Sam's Club or Costco. Less than $4 for a pound of the stuff. I have enough to last for years.
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Originally Posted by gfunk
The best place to buy yeast is at Sam's Club or Costco. Less than $4 for a pound of the stuff. I have enough to last for years.
Only problem is that dry yeast has a limited life span.
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