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  1. #1
    Linda Guest

    Default Veggie wash/rinse

    Quick question.

    When you wash (or rinse) your veggies, would a very slightly
    soapy (few drops of regular liquid dish soap) be better than a
    while vinegar wash? Or should I do both?

    I usually do both but wonder if I should eliminate one or the
    other or continue with both.

    Regards
    Lin

  2. #2
    ImStillMags Guest

    Default Re: Veggie wash/rinse

    On Dec 22, 2:37*pm, Linda <LJohn...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
    > Quick question.
    >
    > When you wash (or rinse) your veggies, would a very slightly
    > soapy (few drops of regular liquid dish soap) be better than a
    > while vinegar wash? *Or should I do both?
    >
    > I usually do *both but wonder if I should eliminate one or the
    > other or continue with both.
    >
    > Regards
    > Lin


    I wouldn't use dish soap at all. If you feel the need to use more
    than just water to soak and rinse your veggies, there are vgetable
    washes available in stores. Usually though, all you need is a good
    soak and a rinse to remove any dirt or residues.

  3. #3
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Veggie wash/rinse


    "Linda" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:ietuik$lpr$[email protected]..
    > Quick question.
    >
    > When you wash (or rinse) your veggies, would a very slightly
    > soapy (few drops of regular liquid dish soap) be better than a
    > while vinegar wash? Or should I do both?
    >
    > I usually do both but wonder if I should eliminate one or the
    > other or continue with both.


    I've read not to use soap on your food. It may not fully rinse off.

    Call me daring but I just use water to rinse. I do try to buy organic but
    this doesn't always happen. I bought a bunch of produce today and none of
    it was organic. The store I was at does have organic but not a lot of
    selection.



  4. #4
    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Veggie wash/rinse

    In article <ieu061$68e$[email protected]>,
    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > "Linda" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:ietuik$lpr$[email protected]..
    > > Quick question.
    > >
    > > When you wash (or rinse) your veggies, would a very slightly
    > > soapy (few drops of regular liquid dish soap) be better than a
    > > while vinegar wash? Or should I do both?
    > >
    > > I usually do both but wonder if I should eliminate one or the
    > > other or continue with both.

    >
    > I've read not to use soap on your food. It may not fully rinse off.
    >
    > Call me daring but I just use water to rinse. I do try to buy organic but
    > this doesn't always happen. I bought a bunch of produce today and none of
    > it was organic. The store I was at does have organic but not a lot of
    > selection.


    I just rinse veggies or fruits well with tepid tap water.
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    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: Veggie wash/rinse

    On Dec 22, 2:37*pm, Linda <LJohn...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
    > Quick question.
    >
    > When you wash (or rinse) your veggies, would a very slightly
    > soapy (few drops of regular liquid dish soap) be better than a
    > while vinegar wash? *Or should I do both?
    >
    > I usually do *both but wonder if I should eliminate one or the
    > other or continue with both.
    >
    > Regards
    > Lin


    I just rinse with cold water and usually use a little veggie scrub
    brush.

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