how does mold form on bread?
Mold reproduces by spores, which are tiny and numerous bodies that float in the air and find sources to latch onto. Spores are usually destroyed by cooking. However, bread is a nutrient-rich foods and spores often find their way to the surface and multiplies profusely. This is what mold is.
Mold is microscopic fungi that spreads by sends spores into the air. Though not comforting, there are countless spores in the air around us. Each fungi needs the correct conditions (proper moisture level, acidity, temperature, and surface–your food) to grow. The spores eventually spread little roots, which in turn grows more spores.
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