|Quoting fr8mech (Reply 1):|
I've used bread as a sponge. It comes in real handy when you're sweating pipes and you just can't get the pipe to stay dry....but that sponge, er, bread is ridiculous.
Wow. 95% of our bread is way too dry to use it as a sponge...
Given that the bread is packaged airtight (and probably under carbon dioxide), the bread should just stay the same for months. I don't know what preservatives are used for that kind of bread, but cheese sometimes comes with natamycin
, an antibiotic that is allowed as a food additive in the EU. It is effective against Aspergillus, the most common type of mold.
Well, there are worse things, like canned cheeseburger
[Edited 2013-03-20 16:56:26]
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