Why does bread turn green when left out too long?
Mold grows on it.
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Answer . probly cuz of moled
Freezing bread in an airtight container or freezer plastic wrap will keep it good for months (just guard against frostbite); you can also refrigerate bread successfully for 2 …weeks or so longer than it would keep at room temperature as the cold will inhibit mold growth. As with freezing, it should be stored in an airtight container or ziploc bag.. When thawing cold bread, you will probably want to take it completely out of the bag it was frozen in, and place it on some paper towels in a fresh bag to soak up any excess moisture (which mold likes to thrive on) from the thawing process until any extra moisture is soaked up, then take the paper towels away and discard them.
No. Yogurt is a different product, made from culturing fresh milk with bacteria. Cheese is made from milk by coagulating the milk using rennet, cultures and/or enzymes, then s…eparating the curds from the whey. The curds are pressed into the cheese and aged, if desired.
Only if there is no opposing traffic to wait for, you can not turn in front of traffic.
You're still required to yield to oncoming traffic.
it causes a hematoma. Yes it does, but it also causes hemoconcentration & hemolysis. If a tourniquet is at high enough pressure and left on long enough,the tissues distal to t…he tourniquet may develop ischemia andgangrene, resulting in loss of those tissues.
Left turn traffic must yield to opposing traffic moving staight ahead also on a ciricular green traffic signal indication.
Tampons should be changed every 4-6 hours (Maximum of 8)
No but copper or brass willNo
In Bacterial Vaginosis
trichomoniasis is std bacteria . by fluid analysis should be decide.
In Turn Signals and Hazard Lights
It means that oncoming traffic is stopped by a red light.
It get greesy and rots terribly
In Metal and Alloys
Oxidation causes copper to turn green.
Bread dough that is left to rise too long will fall and be sour, because the yeast in the dough will consume all of the sugars in the dough. Without sugar, the yeast cannot pr…oduce the gas that causes bread to rise.