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Because the yeast release Carbon dioxide due to anaeorobic respiration when it soaks. so, due to the presence of carbon dioxide in between the dough molecules, the cake rises
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The dough of a cake containing flour and yeast rises after some time because the yeast multiplies rapidly and produces carbon dioxide during respiration.Bubbles of gas fills the the dough and increases its volume

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