Harriet Vane Posted December 16, 2011 Share Posted December 16, 2011 I am making my great-grandmother's traditional Polish kolacky cookie recipe. I look forward to these cookies every year at Christmas. The recipe calls for "one cake yeast." That means one little butter-stick-thingey of fresh yeast from the refrigerator section of the store. However, I have been all over, to multiple stores, and cannot find any. I have to bake these tonight to be ready for tomorrow's party. The recipe requires the cook to cut the yeast into a cup of flour with a pastry cutter or two forks. Once the dough is assembled it is chilled overnight in the refrigerator. Does anyone know how I would go about substituting dry granulated yeast?? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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