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Raw materials

Sugar, warm water, ginger, tartaric acid

Conditions

Temperature, moisture content, nutrients. time

Optimum

Means BEST Possible for Growth and Respiration

Optimum conditions

Less than 30 degrees C, wet, sugary, one week

The end product

Fizzy, sweet, Gingerbeer

Yeast

A long-lasting dormant fungi, while kept dry and cool

Anaerobic

Type of Respiration which produces CO2 bubbles

Fungi

Many of these are non-toxic if eaten in human foods

Respiration

This process uses up SOME of the sugar, but sweetness remains

Why yeast?

To get the bubbles, the yeastiness

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