75 minutes. I like a well-attenuated beer and that seems to have been the sweet spot for a lot of my beers. I'm interested in the positive results from shorter times (45 min.). That seems awfully short, but perhaps I'll give it a try.
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should this happen again, you should remember that there is no problem with leaving that wort safely tucked away under an air lock for 24ish hours until you ARE able to get yeast.
However, brewers yeast and bakers yeast are the same species of yeast. While the provenance of the bakers yeast is likely not as perfectly kept as a particular strain of yeast for brewing it'll be fine.