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How to Wash Vegetables and Fruits?

Tuesday, September 7, 2021


There is a method I have been using at home for a long time and I have read a lot of work to decide.

I want you to discover my method and stay as far away from pesticides as possible. Because only in this way can you maintain your hormonal health and live better. Because there will be no life without vegetables, it is impossible to stay healthy with the existing pesticides on vegetables.

How to wash vegetables and fruits?

Wash vegetables and fruits: Conventional methods

Unfortunately, wrong information has a bad feature of spreading too fast, and as with everything else, there is a lot of wrong information.

Below I show you a sample search engine result. As you may notice, the two conclusions are completely opposite on the same subject, and when you look at the relevant pages, there is no scientific data on either of them.

That is why science provides the most reliable information, and unfortunately there is little evidence-based information on the subject.

So, aside from science, what are the most commonly used methods in society since it is believed to be a good cleanser of nutrients right now?

The methods I often hear are:
Vinegar water,
Diluted bleach,
Long time pure water,
Ozone water mixture,
It is cleaning the vegetables with special chemical cleaners.
Unfortunately one of these methods doesn’t work as much as cheap and easy cleaning liquid which I’ll talk about a little later!

How to wash vegetables and fruits?

The most important problem in cleaning pesticide residues on vegetables and fruits is the complete application of the applied chemicals into the product. In addition, they produce these products insoluble in water to ensure their durability and reduce frequent use (see irony). Otherwise, pesticides are cleaned in every rain and leave the product unprotected.

In other words, the pesticide produced adheres to the product in almost no normal way, and we even do the danger of people!

When this is the case, we need a cleaner that has a high solvent-effect, deep-penetrating effect and is also not harmful to humans. I have examined the most logical, accurate, well-designed study for you from a few different researches on the subject.

In this research, pure water, bleach and sodium bicarbonate, in other words ”carbonate”, were used to be a good solvent.

Although there is no vinegar in the study, the presence of a strong solvent such as bleach, vinegar and coat closes the list. If you can’t clean the bleach, the vinegar can never!

In addition, carbonates obtained from the market are now unfortunately chemically treated and removed from the “sodium bicarbonate” form. If you want to buy real carbonate, you can ask the pharmacy as “British carbonate”.

In this study, apples were used as subjects and both surface and depth surveys and pesticide residues were examined. In this way, we have also gained ideas about cleaning pesticides that have penetrated into the shell.

All apples used to standardize the study were previously exposed to pesticides in equal amounts and duration.

Apples subsequently exposed to pesticides,

Washed in bleach solution for 2 minutes and rinse,
Rinse in bleach solution for 8 minutes,
Washed in carbonate solution for 2 minutes,
Rinse in carbonate solution for 8 minutes,
Pure water was washed with running water for about 2 minutes and about 1.8 liters of water.

Conclusion, conclusions and suggestions

The research shows us this. Solvents and cleaning grade vinegar, bleach components such as pesticides on the food is not suitable for cleaning. The most effective, easily accessible and inexpensive product here is British carbonate.

However, no matter what you use for cleaning, 2 minutes is not enough. The vegetables should be kept in the appropriate solution for at least 8 minutes and 12 minutes if possible and then rinsed.

Also, even if you think that the pesticide is in the shell, even 12 minutes may not be enough. Therefore, if you have time to make transactions more than 12 minutes is useful.

Suggestions:

Prepare a cleaning water using 10 grams of British carbonate per 1 liter of water.

Soak the water you want to clean and not too many vegetables for at least 12 minutes in this cleaning water soak.

Optionally: If you think the food contains bacteria or fungi, soak in vinegar water separately.

Rinse vegetables under running water.

Enjoy fruits and vegetables free of pesticides.

I hope we get rid of the “vinegar” urban legends that are spoken in the golden days and enjoy the foods that do not contain carbonate and pesticides.

The days you consume well-cleaned vegetables!

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