Cleaning Vegetables And Fruits

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Bogeste Says:

Dear Sir,
I would like to know why we are always advised NOT to clean fruits and vegetables with
SOAP ,only with water ....since water alone does not remove toxicity and pesticide.


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Verwon Says:

Because the soap may be toxic itself, it could be hard to remove and if there is a small break in the skin of the product being washed, it may even get inside of it, thus you'd end up ingesting some of the soap.

Learn more produce details here.

If you are concerned about how clean they are, then you might want to consider buying organic produce. They also sell products that are made to clean your produce items and be safe to use.

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Sphiwe Says:
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When u want to clean ur fruits use vinegar make ur sink full of water put l and half teaspoons of vinegar Then put ur fruits inside live it for 15mins its helps to clean ur fruits and to keep them fresh at least for a week

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