Proof is a baking and cooking term, that is to "proof" yeast is to place it in a warm liquid and set it aside for a short period of time until it becomes foamy. The foam indicates that the yeast is active and capable of making bread or other baked items rise. Proof is also a term used to specify how much alcohol is in liquor. One-hundred-proof liquor contains 50 percent alcohol.

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