MOLD continued from page 1 of days , weeks or longer , some mold species can thrive on surfaces that are not even wet . Controlling humidity and ventilation in your bathroom , laundry area , basement or crawl space is the best way to prevent mold in these areas .
Indoor mold flourishes from 65 ° F to 85 ° F . Mold grows more easily where air is still or stagnant . That ’ s why it is usually found behind cabinets , inside walls or in damp crawl spaces and basements .
Non-living organic matter like wood , paper , dust and lint , leather , many fabrics and even wool rugs can become a food source for mold . This can cause destructive damage to these materials as the mold uses enzymes to break down organic matter into simpler compounds it can digest .
But moisture is the primary catalyst for mold growth . Mold cannot grow unless humidity is extremely high or there is a supply of water available . Excessive moisture from flooding , broken pipes , condensation , roof leaks or foundation leaks is what causes the majority of problems .
Since we generally cannot remove the potential food sources or dramatically change the temperature or the amount of airflow in the places mold likes to hide , your most effective prevention is moisture control . A small plumbing leak , roof damage or foundation crack can provide all the moisture needed for mold growth . Don ’ t delay making necessary repairs .
How do you know if you have mold ? Mold usually gives off an unpleasant musty odor produced by decomposing organic matter .
Of course , another sign is if you see something that looks like mold .
Mold can be just about any color ; don ’ t just look for black or green discolorations . Check any areas where there is excessive moisture or humidity and stagnant air .
Remember any mold growing indoors should be carefully and completely removed . Caution must be exercised to avoid spreading the contamination to other areas . Of course the humidity or moisture situation that caused the mold should be corrected as soon as possible . Otherwise the mold will return to the same areas .
If you have questions or think you have a moisture or mold problem in your home , call YOUR _ COMPANY _ NAME as soon as possible . We will help identify and correct the problem and avoid further property
damage or health concerns .
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This cheesy stuffed bread is crispy on top , chewy inside and very cheesy , but beware ... it ’ s addictive !
Ingredients 1 ( 11 ounce ) package refrigerated French bread dough ( such as Pillsbury ®)
/ 4 cup melted butter , divided 1 tablespoon cornmeal 1 cup shredded Mozzarella cheese 1 cup shredded Mexican cheese blend 1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese
1 tablespoon freshly grated Parmesan cheese
1 tablespoon shredded Cheddar cheese 1 pinch dried parsley 1 pinch garlic powder 1 pinch onion powder
Preheat oven to 350 º F . Grease a large baking sheet .
Roll dough out into a large rectangle on a flat work surface . Brush with 3 tablespoons melted butter and sprinkle with cornmeal . Flip dough over and scatter Mozzarella cheese , Mexican cheese blend , and 1 cup Cheddar cheese on top . Fold the dough in half and press edges together with your fingers to seal .
Brush remaining 1 tablespoon butter over dough and lightly sprinkle with Parmesan cheese , 1 tablespoon Cheddar cheese , dried parsley , garlic powder , and onion powder . Make shallow cuts 1 inch apart across the top with a knife , so that you can easily pull the bread apart after baking .
Bake in the preheated oven until bread is golden brown and cheese is bubbly about 25 minutes . Cool 5 minutes before pulling strips apart .
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