Dangers Of Eating Moldy Bread

Dangers Of Eating Moldy Bread

There is no such thing as a clean part of a moldy bread. Even though it might look "clean" these portions contain a vast network of subterranean roots called hyphae.

Never eat the "clean" part of moldy bread!



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