Do You Remove Mould From Your Food To Save The Unaffected Parts? Stop And Read This!

Is it really safe to cut mould off food and eat the rest of the unmouldy parts? We find out that trying to salvage mouldy food isn’t always worth saving a couple of dollars

If you have ever been tempted to rescue mould-edged bread and those suspiciously white-furred strawberries or a half mouldy lemon, it may be best to stay your knife and just trash the whole lot.

Mould is notoriously tricky to banish and when it comes to food, it’s likely to have spread further than you can see.

Porous foods, such as breads and cakes are particularly susceptible to these invisible spores and soft fruits and dairy items are just as dicey.