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Washing Fruit And Veg

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tiggerblue10 | 18:00 Mon 09th Jul 2018 | Food & Drink
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How do you wash soft fruit like raspberries, blackberries, blueberries etc? Do you just rinse under water? How do you wash fruit in general that you'd normally eat with skin like apples, pears etc., and veg for that matter.

Given the recent fears over contaminated frozen veg and watching Alice Beer earlier on This Morning advising everyone to wash all fruit and veg before use it got me thinking that maybe water isn't enough.

Someone once told me that they wash berries in a bicarb and water solution.

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I'm convinced minkyme is pulling our legs (and the wool over our eyes).

I have never known anyone who washes their food in washing up liquid and I have even rung round a few of my friends who hail from different parts of the world and they just laughed.
I've just rung The Ivy and they have informed me their policy is to run all the ingredients through a sheep dip before preparing for the diners.

seems about as likely to me....
Let’s not turn this into a my kitchen and hygiene methods are better or less weird then yours.

Different strokes for different folks.
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