It's not likely that you would get sick from eating a small amount of mold.
Most moldy bread will harm people that eat it. Some mold will not make you sick. Some mold will make you sick. Some mold will make you extremely sick. Unless you know the particular type of mold will not make you sick or kill you, you should not eat it.
its possible expecially if it is molding then yes! some people say mold is good for you and infact ...............cheese is mold
Because mold can modify chemically some components of bread.
no because the mold might have affected the bread.
Some bread mold contains penicillium, the mold from which penicillin is made.
Some breads will mold quicker than other breads, for example, homemade bread will mold faster than store bread because there are usually no preservatives required in the recipe for making bread at home. Also some brands at the stores are made without preservatives and they, too, will mold faster. Moist breads will mold faster than drier breads.
mold grows quickly on bread because bread has many ingredients that causes mold to form such as white bread has yeast which causes mold to form quicker than mold may form on others. some times trying to answer a question like DOES MOLD FORM ON WHITE BREAD OR WHEAT BREAD QUICKER your answer would be white bread because 1)white bread is less healthier than wheat and 2) white bread has yeast which again causes mold to form quicker. mold grows on white bread between 3-6 days and mold forms on wheat bread between 1-3 weeks.
some ocnditions that cause bread to mold is light dark and more mostly light and dark.
nothing. just leave it some where for a while and it will grow mold!
It could be dangerous to eat mold that grew on the bread. Since we don't know what mold it is and some molds do product toxins, don't eat moldy bread.
Bread molds vary widely in species. However, most kinds of mold that grow on wheat bread are harmless in small amounts. (White bread is a kind of wheat bread, as opposed to something like rye or oat bread.) However, there are certain kinds of bread mold that can be dangerous, but any bread mold is bad in large amounts. Also, some people may have an allergic reaction to mold. It's a good idea to generally stay away from bread mold.Note: The above information refers to eating bread mold. Inhaling the spores can be much more dangerous.
One type of mold found on bread is Rizopus.
it's possible to get sick from that, because it's usually miost in the area for mold to occur, plus I'm sure there are some bugs, germs near, in the mold
penicillium, aspergillius, nuerospora.
It is only dangerous to consume certain types of bread mold because not all types of it are a danger to the human body. Some types of bread mold are used to make medicine, like Penicillin. But other types of bread mold, such as black mold, can be very harmful if consumed. So if you don't know how to identify the different types of bread mold, i suggest you do not go near it because it may be poisonous.
Dried bread doesn't mold unless it is by some thing moist.Mold can only grow in moist areas (usually also somewhere warm)Once mold has begun to grow on bread, it can obtain some of the water it needs from the breakdown of starch (metabolic water) and the mold will continue to grow at a slower rate. Moisture loss will stimulate the production of spores.
Some people do and others don't. Most people will throw out their bread if it is molded.
The reaction to ingested mold depends on the type of mold. Some types of mold will not do anything to the body, and other types can make a person sick.
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ziplock if you put the bread in a( ziplock has to be a small ziplock) then you put some of other food on top then about a weekend there is a mold thxs
It depends on the mold. Some molds are totally harmless to eat / ingest, so you will not get sick. Some can take only a spore or two to begin to cause some serious damage to the body.
Bread mold grows best in a damp, dark, warm, oxygen-rich environment. To prevent bread mold, keep the bread in a dry, lighted (sunlight), cool (frozen), carbon dioxide-rich environment. Some warehouses have CO2 lockers where they keep produce for extended storage. Bread can be kept in a freezer for weeks without spoiling.
Unless you ate a great deal of mold, the worst that can happen is you may vomit. A bit of mold on some bread for instance is harmless.