I decided to check out my Facebook page and noticed that my niece had some new photos posted. I looked and low and behold, the moldy bread we found in my fridge yesterday was there. This loaf was dated to be eaten before June 23.
See what happens when your child goes off to college? All the foods they like , but you don’t , go uneaten and before you know it, you are growing penicillin. And family members show the world what’s in your kitchen – growing mold – on Facebook.
And she tagged it with my name too. Lovely child.
It motivated me to check the rest of the stuff in my refrigerator, which is when I discovered that orange juice can actually get chunky, with curdles like milk. I was always fascinated with science. Not so much with housekeeping.
Being the health-conscious type, I don’t eat white bread and I eat whole fruits rather than juice so the stuff my son likes, aged a bit. I hate to throw good food away, so I wait until it’s not good anymore. Then I have no problem tossing it.
I think I have removed all specimens from the fridge now. Just in time for my son to be home for Thanksgiving. I put white bread and OJ on my list.
“When nature made you, they broke the mold. Rumor has it they beat the hell out of the mold-maker too.”