Nutritional yeast is a wonderful source of ‘B’ family of vitamins. Purchased in small quantities, it can be much more expensive than buying in bulk. Health food stores offer either plastic or paper bags for bulk purchases, but neither is suitable for long term storage of yeast.
Nutritional yeast can be used on almost all foods, but is excellent on potatoes, in soups and stews and all types of pasta. It can be used as a substitute for cheese in many recipes
Large Freezer Bags.
Place excess yeast in some freezer bags fill each bag about three quarters full.
Print out extra air bags by folding the top over and pushes air out.
Seal the bags tightly.
Flatten bags to each level.
Stable bags in the freezer and use as needed.
Tips and Warnings
Large open yeast in a covered container in the refrigerator. Nutritional yeast stores better in cold like this helps to retain vitamin content.
Always remember to keep your freezer bags clog that the yeast can absorb the flavors of food around it.
Nutritional yeast is a fantastic additive in pet foods, both wet and dry. Although not scientifically proven, it is believed to help repel ticks and fleas from a pet fur and skin.
Since nutritional yeast is almost tasteless, most children do not oppose a sprinkling of their favorite foods. It is an excellent way to add nutrition without fuss.