Substituting active dry yeast for instant yeast
So, I'm pretty new to bread making and I need to tweak a recipe that calls for instant yeast. All I have is active dry yeast. How will this change the rise time and process? The recipe says to mix all the ingredients, turn out on a floured surface, knead for 5 minutes, let rise in an oiled bowl till doubled in size, turn out and put in two bread pans, let rise until doubled again, and then bake.
The ingredients are water, instant yeast, honey, butter, salt, rye flour, wheat germ, whole wheat flour, and all purpose flour.
I will also be switching sugar for honey, oatmeal for rye flour, flax meal for wheat germ (all of which my boyfriend has done before with no problems) and bread flour for all-purpose (which I've done before with no problem).