Bread That Lasts For 60 Days Could Cut Food Waste
It's not as if wheat emerges from the back yard, gets processed and made into bread every 4 hours. In today's marketplace, food travels great distances and experiences diverse environments.
On a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 is "Yes! By all means give me the microwaved food!" and 1 is "Not a snowball's chance on Mars, well okay but, would I let that food slip past my lips," this paragraph pushes me closer to 1:
"He said that bread manufacturers added lots of preservatives to try and fight mould, but then must add extra chemicals to mask the taste of the preservatives. If bakers were able to use the microwave technology, they would be able to avoid these additives."Microwaves don't bother me as much as the ionizing forms of radiation. But I think I'd even be OK with those, for every time I slide a knife through a cantaloupe I visualize pathogenic bacteria spreading out across every cut surface so help me god.