Would you throw the whole loaf of bread out?
I’m off for a week, which means eating at home, which I don’t do much of. I got hungry at about 11 and decided to make a “toasted egg.” (For those of you who don’t know what that is, take a piece of bread, cut a hole out of the middle with the round top of a garlic or onion container, butter up both sides, throw it in the pan, crack an egg into the hole. Let it cook till the bread is toasted on that side, then flip it over and cover with cheese. Let it cook some more until whenever.) Anyway, a couple of weeks ago I bought a really nice, rather expensive, delicious loaf of French bread. We ate on it for about three days. Then I decided we probably weren’t going to eat any more anytime soon, so I wrapped it up and stuck it in the freezer. This morning I decided to use that bread for my toasted egg. After it thawed out I noticed a scattering of tiny blue mold dots on the bread.
Would you have thrown the bread out, or taken the mold off and used it anyway?