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Old 10-04-2012, 08:54 PM   #11
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Thanks Topher, that was awesome. Really puts it into perspective.

So the tiny grains that I pour in from dry yeast, are those clumps of cells or something? Or are my blood cells that big?!
Yeah those are clumps of cells. Remember that there are a couple HUNDRED BILLION yeast in that packet. If every cell was as big as one of those grains, you'd need a little bigger packet.
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