There are other variables to consider like moist, room temperature and maybe
how much preservatives are in the bread you use. I did observe home made ...
How long does it take the mould to grow? There should be mould after about a
week. You've grown your own mould! Some supermarket breads take longer to ...
Soft, moist white bread is a prime target for mold growth. The green, odorous
slime begins as small spots on the outside surfaces of bread, but quickly spreads,
Making mold grow on bread is not only a great project for the local science fair, it
also ... sandwich bread contains preservatives and will take longer to grow mold.
... you might not want to do this experiment as it may cause you difficulty. Image ...
Super simple science section for kids - learn how mold grows. ... SAMPLE 1:
Take a piece of bread and slice it in half (it can be a few days old, but ensure it
Nov 7, 2015 ... Since bread crumbs and croutons are dried, if they are kept dry, they can enjoy a
long shelf life because mold needs moisture to grow.
Jun 29, 2011 ... Snack-Girl.com has a long tradition of doing experiments dating back to the late '
80s. ... What do you think will happen? ... Andrea- it's going to take a very long
time for any bread to mold in the refrigerator, even home made.
Mar 29, 2015 ... It loves a good loaf of bread. ... You be the judge after trying our bread mold
science experiments #2 and #3. ... on your body, it does not prevent you from
being exposed to the spores .... Why did my mold take so long to grow?
Expert restoration professional Richard Driscoll explains the science behind
Is it more resistant to molding than other types of bread? ... I've made "all white"
and "30-60% [of flour content] wheat bran" breads using sourdough starter and
long ... What do I do about mold on my sourdough starter?