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What can we do (in terms of temperature sugar,liquids) to help yeast produce more carbon dioxide?
Answer 1:

Yeast needs an optimum temperature, sufficient liquid that the byproducts of fermentation (e.g. alcohol) don't poison the yeast, and, within those limits, as much sugar as possible. I do not know the specifics, although I encourage you to experiment to find out!



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