Yeasts are unicellular micro-organisms that are used with some fermentation processes in the food industry, for example the production of bread and beer. In general, yeasts are converted into alcohol, water, carbonic acid and aromas during the fermentation process. With the production of bread the alcohol evaporates during the baking process.
The consumption of yeast differs widely around the... go to >> Bakery yeast
The tobacco leafs were first smoked in Mexico and Cuba. In Mexico the leafs were rolled in leafs of other plants or smoked in a pipe. In Cuba the cigar, rolling tobacco leafs in tobacco leafs, was invented.
Cigarettes originally were made from the remainders of cigars. Wanderers also wanted to smoke but had no money. By collecting the remainders of the tobacco and wrapping them in a piece of... go to >> Tobacco