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InvisibleHendostan
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my pepper is moldy
    #3695980 - 01/29/05 01:02 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

it sucks!! i was just cutting up some red pepper to cook dinner and when i choppped it open, there was mold on the seeds. the actual pepper looked ok, but i can't figure out why there was mold on the seeds :confused: think it's still ok to eat? i already did, so i hope i don't die.


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Re: my pepper is moldy [Re: Hendostan]
    #3695990 - 01/29/05 01:05 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

That is wierd. I doubt you'll die. But if you do, that'll teach ya to eat moldy peppers.


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Re: my pepper is moldy [Re: Hendostan]
    #3695995 - 01/29/05 01:05 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

i'm sure you'll be fine. good luck though.


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Re: my pepper is moldy [Re: Burke Dennings]
    #3695997 - 01/29/05 01:06 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

Actually, that'll teach you NOT to eat them. But it'll be a lesson learned too late...


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Re: my pepper is moldy [Re: Burke Dennings]
    #3696028 - 01/29/05 01:17 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

:lol: so far so good...i'm hoping for a mold induced trip. i'll be famous for discovering a new hallucinogen


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Re: my pepper is moldy [Re: Hendostan]
    #3696066 - 01/29/05 01:32 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

i realize there's no scientific basis for that to happen, but hey, i'm drunk.  :beer: :beer: :beer:

cheers!


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Re: my pepper is moldy [Re: Hendostan]
    #3696070 - 01/29/05 01:35 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

it'll probably be more like mold-induced firepoo. But hope for the best..


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Re: my pepper is moldy [Re: Crestfallen]
    #3696085 - 01/29/05 01:41 AM (9 years, 6 months ago)

After cutting off mold, is the remaining food safe to eat?

Use care when deciding which of the "fuzzy" foods hiding in your kitchen you'll try to salvage, said Dr. Janice Stuff, an assistant professor at Baylor College of Medicine and a research dietitian at the USDA/ARS Children's Nutrition Research Center in Houston. Some molds produce toxins that can leach into foods and make unsuspecting humans ill.

Discard mold-infected, soft-textured dairy products, meats, leftovers, and fruits and vegetables with a high water content. This includes moldy mozzarella and Brie cheeses, sour cream, cottage cheese, yogurts, lunchmeats, bacon, casseroles, stews, butter, jellies, peanut butter, cucumbers, tomatoes, salad greens, corn on the cob, melons, bananas and peaches.

The molds that typically grow on peanuts, rice and corn also produce potent toxins. If mold develops on rice, corn or products that contain these grains, such as cornmeal, flours, mixes, and cereals, toss away the entire box. Discard shriveled peanuts.

On the other hand, if a few precautions are taken, it is safe to pare away the mold from hard or firm foods like Swiss and cheddar cheeses, bell peppers, cabbage, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, garlic, onion, zucchini, potatoes, apples and pears. Before eating, carve away at least one inch around the moldy area. Avoid letting the knife touch the affected area to prevent the mold from spreading. Use salvaged portions as soon as possible.


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