I am preparing a yeast starter. I read that among other things, dead yeast can be used as a yeast nutrient, but I have never tried it (intentionally). I have some 'debittered brewers yeast', nutritional yeast that can be eaten and I am mulling over adding some to my starter. Anyone see good or bad results from doing that? Not sure how much I would add, maybe 1/4 teaspoon for starting a 6 gallon brew? I wanted to try making the nutrients in my starter in the same proportions and sugars as in my wort. This brought up the question, if I add debittered brewer's yeast to the starter, shouldn't I add it to the wort as well? Any thoughts? Thanks!