I just got my monthly flyer from my distributor and in it, it has an article from Tom L. about keeping the salt and sugar away from your yeast. Originally this was my mixing order: cold water oils milk flour corn meal salt sugar IDY yeast sometimes it was fine, other times it would never raise so I changed it to: cold water oils milk flour salt sugar corn meal IDY yeast this actually helped it out a bit, I knew that Salt would effect the yeast so i separated them a bit more... but in the article he says to totally separate them via the flour. So i'm planning on going: cold water IDY Yeast oils flour corn meal salt sugar Would this be the best method? or would the cold water or oils effect the yeast somehow? Thanks all!