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Mould requires a moist environment to grow, and the acidity of the lemon juice is not conducive to the growth of mould. The acidity of the lemon juice lowers the pH of the bread, making it difficult for mould to thrive. Additionally, the lemon juice may have killed some of the mould spores that were present on the bread.
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