Which Grows Mold Faster Moist Bread or Dry Bread?

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Moist bread grows mold much faster than dry bread. The mold spores thrive in damp and dark conditions, so the bread must be moist.
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moist bread why i say that because it has more time to dessolve then the dry bread so the answer is moist bread.
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A fungus needs moisture so a hard, dry bread crust offers a less hospitable locale than a fresh, moist slice of bread. Fungal mold spores will germinate faster on bread with a higher
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Dont mold grow where ever there is moisture ? Anonymous
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