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For wine, you typically need to add Ammonium Diphosphate to make up for the lacking nitrogen in must. As Denny said, this is not necessary with beer since wort made from grain is full of the stuff. Be sure to oxygenate or airate as well as you can, and this will go some way to offsetting the low levels of nutrients. Alternatively, add the nutrients a few ...
I would say "no". It's in quotes because all yeast nutrient is is dehydrated empty yeast cells. So, I guess you could say that "yes" there is yeast nutrient in all yeast. Your ingredients say it includes trace vitamins though so perhaps they put a little yeast nutrient in with it? I will say that if you're properly sanitized and the yeast you're using is ...
Are you making wine or beer? If beer, nutrient isn't a big necessity. There are a lot of nutrients from the grain, so using additional nutrient isn't a really big deal. For wine, I don't know. This is a homebrewing group so wine is kind of outside of our knowledge.
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