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Where to Buy Yeast From Miami Restaurants

For all those at-home bakers

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For those who have jumped on the bread making trend — which seems to be just about everyone these days — knows that yeast is a hard commodity to come by for those having to stay at home amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.

But restaurants around town have come to the rescue, selling the elusive product at their restaurants-turned-markets all around town.

As always, check the social media handles of and websites for details like menu items and delivery hours as they may change as these restaurants adapt to these new business models. Below is where you can find yeast around Miami.

Related: Where to Order Takeout, Delivery, and Local Supplies in Miami


All Day Away: All Day’s market offerings include baking supplies like flour, butter, and 1 ounce packets of yeast for 75 cents. Order here. (1035 North Miami Avenue, Downtown Miami)

Balan’s Bar & Brasserie: Balan’s has an extensive marketplace, which offers next day delivery on all orders, and also sells 2-ounce instant yeast for $1.49. Order here. (901 South Miami Avenue, Brickell)

Verde Market: This bulk-style marketplace where visitors are encouraged to bring their own jars to fill up on product sells active dry yeast in whatever size is desired, along with items like pancake mix, flour, and vanilla. (2328 NE 2nd Avenue, Midtown)

Chug’s Diner: Chug’s now features a marketplace with staples like fruits, vegetables, and the hard-to-find baking products like yeast, which is sells for 130 grams of active dry yeast for $5. Order here. (3444 Main Highway, Suite 21, Coconut Grove)

Babe’s Meat & Counter: Eager bakers can pick up yeast by the pound for $6.99 at this popular butcher shop and eatery. (9216 SW 156th Street, Palmetto Bay)

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