What we’re reading: 11/4

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What to do with moldy bread. If you’ve ever wondered if you should keep moldy bread or throw it out, The New York Times’ Well Blog has the answer: toss it.

Put it in the freezer. A lot of foods can be frozen, and there’s more than one container that’s freezer-worthy. The Kitchn explains which method — wrapping, freezer bags, plastic containers, etc. — is best for various types of food.

High tech has to eat. Three  guys created Blue Apron, a $2 billion recipe-delivery business with 2,500 employees, in 36 months. Recipes (based on local foods and what’s in season) and ingredients are packaged and delivered to customers within 24 hours so they can make a fresh meal for dinner. Read about this fast-growing startup in Business Insider.

Good to know. Junk food isn’t the only thing that can make you feel not-so-good. These 20 foods, including gum, dairy and even apples can cause discomfort. Via Time.

Egg-xactly. Test your egg knowledge with these seven facts. You may learn a thing or two! Via Two Healthy Kitchens.

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