What Is the Green Mold on Rye Bread?

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Green mold on rye bread is a type of bread mold fungi known as rizopus. This mold forms when there is too much moisture in the bread. Even if you store rye bread in the refrigerator, the green mold can form. This fungi is toxic and can cause health problems if consumed.
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There are HUNDREDS (thousands? of different types of mold. The best name for green mold on bread is DANGEROUS! Throw it away!
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Bread molds naturally when it is left out past its expiration date. Typically, it will start to get a blue fuzzy mold on it that eventually turns black.
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The acidity or pH level of bread can help determine whether or not it will mold more quickly. A pH level of 7 is neutral; pH levels lower than 7 are considered acidic and pH levels
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Put a piece of bread in a container in the dark. It will grow mold within 2-3 days. I had to do this for a science experiment once. It's gross.
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