What Is Mould on Food?

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Moulds growing on food are actually fungi. Frequent household moulds have a distinguishing 'musty' or 'earthy' smell, fairly similar to the forest floor deep in the woods. Fungi are not plants and they actually have their own kingdom.
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The scientific name molds is fungi that are coenocytic organisms that are made of masses of tubes or filaments called "hyphae" They do not produce large fruiting bodies
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The mould that grows on bread is Pin mould, which is a very common but harmless fungus. However, it is possible for another fungi to grow on bread. And, no, all moulds are not the
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Put them in the freezer.
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Generally, any kind of mould of food means it is spoiled and should be discarded. If you have four colours of mould, definitely best to throw it away.
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