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never_retreat:
Just found a unopened brick of flishmans yeast in the cabinet (not the freezer where it belongs) dated 2016.
Any guess if this is still usable?
It must have been a multi brick pack or something because I'm just finishing up one with the same date that was in the freezer.

Applejack:
Since it is a brick, it might be ok. I have used the bricks of yeast a couple of years past date and it did fine. though it was in a cabinet that stayed cool all the time. So if it was not where moisture and heat got to it, you should be good to go.

LvsChant:
easy to check... just take out a bit and add to lukewarm sugar water... if it bubbles up...

Stwood:
Bought 4 one pound bricks about 3 years ago, and just opened #3 brick.
Wife hasn't complained, and the bread is still awesome.  ;D

Smurf Hunter:
What are proven best practices for long term storage of yeast?

Buy bricks and toss them in the freezer?

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