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    PolicySpy Guest

    Default Food Poisoning

    Food poisoning is in the news and it's likely related to raw
    vegetables.

    Well, a fast food restaurant instead of raw tomato could offer a
    stewed tomato. All they have to do is drop the tomato slice in boiling
    water for 30 seconds. And they could offer thin-sliced bell pepper
    with that boiled or steamed. In fact the bell pepper would be more
    nutritious than lettuce.

    And I often wondered why fast food restaurants don't offer little cups
    of vegetables. For instance boiled cauliflower instead of french
    fries. Or a cup of stewed tomato with ocra or zucchini. I mean really,
    all it takes to cook vegetables is some water boiling on medium. Also,
    I think boiled small potatoes would be more convenient than baked
    potatoes.

    Well, next time you order a premium hamburger just ask for a stewed
    tomato slice and no lettuce.

    And if investment banks will fund me, I will open nationwide
    restaurants called Sprouting Stars.

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    PolicySpy Guest

    Default Re: Food Poisoning

    On Jun 2, 7:39*pm, PolicySpy <pint...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > Food poisoning is in the news and it's likely related to raw
    > vegetables.
    >
    > Well, a fast food restaurant instead of raw tomato could offer a
    > stewed tomato. All they have to do is drop the tomato slice in boiling
    > water for 30 seconds. And they could offer thin-sliced bell pepper
    > with that boiled or steamed. In fact the bell pepper would be more
    > nutritious than lettuce.
    >
    > And I often wondered why fast food restaurants don't offer little cups
    > of vegetables. For instance boiled cauliflower instead of french
    > fries. Or a cup of stewed tomato with ocra or zucchini. I mean really,
    > all it takes to cook vegetables is some water boiling on medium. Also,
    > I think boiled small potatoes would be more convenient than baked
    > potatoes.
    >
    > Well, next time you order a premium hamburger just ask for a stewed
    > tomato slice and no lettuce.
    >
    > And if investment banks will fund me, I will open nationwide
    > restaurants called Sprouting Stars.


    And cooked onions, but since the onion gets mild when cooked, start
    with a stong onion or combine with a mild cooked pepper.

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