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2011-12-25 10:42:50
2011-12-25 10:42:50

'course fungus starts breedin' on it


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the potato slice sucks in some of the water. that how it gets soggy

the potato slice with decrease in mass, as the free water molecules during osmosis will leave the potato paasing through the semi permeable membrane. This happens because there is more free water molecules on the outsite of the potato, forcing more net movement towards the outside of the potato

Fungi, which include molds and mildews, are everywhere! Fungus spores are in every breath you breathe and every drop of water you drink. Mold spores land on the bread every time you open the package and put a slice onto a plate. If you leave the bread out, then the mold will sprout and begin to grow.

You do not "cry" as much when you slice them. Another technique to do this is slicing them in water.

They ate one slice of bread a day. If lucky, they got turnip soup which was turnips in water

Bread is organic, therefore it contains Carbon and Hydrogen. When bread is heated is burns which releases Carbon (black), Carbon dioxide, Carbon monoxide, and water vapour.

When a potato slice/piece is placed in pure water, it gains mass and appears to be blown up. This is because the water is travelling into the potato because it has a lower concentration of water inside it.

First we should take a bread slice Then we should sprinkle some drops of water on it we should observe it after some time we can see that the fungus is spread on it That's it

It evaporates and then it turns into water vapour

it would make what is called a sourdough starter and it is how people used to make bread in the olden days, because the natural yeasts from the flour would ferment it and make gas to make the bread rise.

Try putting the cigar in a closed container with a slice of bread. The bread should humidy the container, which should make the cigar take in water, which should soften the tobacco leaves in it.

The water evaporates to just leave salt.

get a piece of bread that has no preservatives and spray a little bit of water on it and leave it alone.

When fast water passes it leave

You definitely can! Some people add a pinch of salt or a slice of lemon but it's up to you

the water will soak into the potato and show the movement of water from the outside of the potato, into the potato, which will have had less of a concentration inside of it than its surroundings

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