Eating Moldy Food: When It's OK, When It's Not
Moldy food is a fact of life. Even if you do everything right, like refrigerating food promptly, mold can still show up in your favorite fare.
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Firm fruits and veggies
A tough vegetable like a carrot can have a little mold but still be edible; mold has trouble penetrating deep into dense food.
Trim off about an inch around the mold, and then feel free to munch away.
Next: Cooked leftover meats and poultry
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