New to Baking and Baked my first loaf but it didn't turn out
So I've been wanting to bake bread from scratch myself, that way I could control the ingredients going in and get the most nutrition from it vs. store bought wheat bread.
I used King Arthur Flour and on the back of the package it listed a recipe for no-knead bread. It called for 2 teaspoons of instant yeast. However, being the new baker that I am I bought a jar of active dry yeast.
The bread did not rise like the recipe said it would after 90 minutes, thought it did rise a little by about 120 minutes. I baked it liked it called for and it didn't quite turn out. I'm sure due to the fact of me not using the right yeast and allowing it to rise properly.
Is there a way I can use the active dry yeast differently so that the bread will rise better?