Eating Moldy Food: When It's OK, When It's Not
Throw it out.
"Some molds may be able to grow at a higher salt content than your average bacteria," says Doyle, putting sodium-heavy lunch meats in the line of fire.
If you see any mold on deli meat, better to toss it than risk eating food that is likely contaminated below the surface, where you don’t see it.
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