Which of the foods does not support bacteria growth?

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This question was in one of my microbiology tests

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John V. Shea 2 years 1 Answer 306 views Regular Member 0

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  1. Bacteria will grow most likely at the pH 7 but it will show no growth at very low ph . That’s why lemon juice and vinegar are used as the preservatives , because they don’t support bacterial growth. Moreover , there are some non-potentially hazardous foods like beef jerky , bread, uncooked rice, raw onions ,unopened cans and fresh garlic etc , that don’t support the growth of bacteria.

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