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Molds usually get their nutrients from where they grow and live. They can easily have their necessary foods from there and can grow more in number.

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Do bread mold gets its nutrients from bread?

Bread mold is not a living organism and does not get nutrients from bread.


How can mold affect you?

mold can effect you in many good ways because of some of the things inside it gives you a lot of nutrients


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Why does fruit get moldy?

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Is drinking mold dangerous?

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How does mold form on beans?

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What causes sliced tomatoes to mold?

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What is in a tomato that causes mold?

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