The answer is no. I'm currently finishing up my senior thesis about the growth of bread mold on different types of bread. There are many reasons why they don't grow at the same rate, but the two major reasons are the amount of water activity in the bread and the preservatives added into the yeast. From my experiment, Sunbeam White bread molded extremely faster than Natures on Honey Wheat. I purchased both at the same time. Sunbeam molded after only a week, and the Honey Wheat took four and a half weeks to mold because it much dryer than that of white bread.
Various types of bread do NOT mold at the same rate.
I am doing a project like that and I got the same answer, no. Two of my breads molded so far. A fast way to make bread mold is to add water, and if that doesnt work put sugar or lemon juice in it. When I did that the bread right away molded.
THe answer is no because the water in each bread and all the types: Foccoica, flat bread, french bread, and whole grain did and the flat bread molded 1st and then 3days later the french bread and the other breads didn't mold yet.
No bakery bread molds quicker than grocery store bread
No but I don't think that they are far apart
Yes because of the rate of the water in the bread
I don't really know but I think it is no!!
No fresh mold grows mold faster because bred from the bred lie in the supermarket have more preservatives in it
Yes because of the preservatives in the different types of bread affect the immunity to mold itself.
No I don't think so but the almost do I know that they have a varrying rate of change
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No fresh bread grow the slowest
It all depends on the amount of nutrients are ion the bread.
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I am doing a project on this, I think not.
I'm doing a science project so what I wrote down thats my science project