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1 Kathy Jake August 18, 2010 at 14:19

I have a question: Can I destroy molds and yeast on fruits etc., by cooking them? Would that leave any harmful mold residue?


Navarre, Fl


2 Allergy Guy August 23, 2010 at 11:39

Cooking fruit will prevent molds and yeasts from multiplying, but the proteins are left behind.

Consider cooking as a way of preserving fruit (before it starts to grow any significant mold or yeast, before it goes bad) but once it’s off, that’s it.

You can cut the bad bits out of most fruits and be OK.


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