Not all of us can afford to buy organic stuff or grow our own vegetables and fruits. We somehow have to rely on store-bought ones and most of these are chemical and pesticide laden. Just rinsing vegetables and fruits with regular tap water is not enough to remove the residues of these harmful substances.
|Washing veggies & fruits with plain, tap water is not enough.|
A simple and inexpensive tip that works wonders is to first wash them with water to which baking soda is added and then rinse them in water to which a few tablespoons of vinegar is added. This helps to remove the traces of harmful pesticides, insecticides and other chemicals adhered to these eatables to some extent.
Or else you may purchase vegetable and fruit purifiers, ozonizers or cleaning liquids like the ones below.
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