bread yeast vs wild yeast vs brewers yeast
Hey, i've been trying to find info about bread yeast such as instant yeast that all of us have used vs wild yeast or brewers yeast. why does bread yeast work so well and so fast to make dough turn into a huge beautiful volume of "airy" mass compared with other yeast? does it have amylolytic capabilities that far surpass other yeast?
If i used 7g of bread yeast in one batch and 7g of brewers yeast in separate batches, i'm sure the bread yeast would way outperform the brewers yeast. why? is it the sugars they desire?
is it possible to grow up bread yeast in culture and create a slurry that i can use for bread and propagate continuously instead of buying it at the store.
Note: i know how to make sourdough bread, wild yeast starters, etc. i'm talking about keeping a very active live culture of commercial bread yeast that i can tap at will and build up again...