Last week I decided to make some delicious homemade bread. I made the dough, kneaded it, put it in the oven to rise...and came back an hour later to find that the dough hadn't risen at all. I had forgotten the yeast! So I did a little investigating (because there is almost nothing I hate more than wasting food) and found that you can add it later and that it actually improves the flavor of your dough slightly by increasing the time the flavors meld together. Cool, huh? All you have to do to fix it is dissolve the yeast in just a tablespoon or two of warm water. When it's all dissolved, knead it right into the dough. If it's too wet, add a bit more flour to even it out. Voila! Perfect dough! Isn't that awesome? Three cheers for salvaging almost ruined bread!