7 Ways To Use Nutritional Yeast (And Why You'd Want To In The First Place)
Posted on May 11 2015
Nutritional Yeast is gluten-free and packed with B vitamins like B12, riboflavin, thiamin, niacin, and folic acid, plus 6 grams of a protein in every 45-calorie ¼ cup (compare that to the 110 calories in the same amount of Parmesan).
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