4 Reviews

Thank you!This is the kind of cheap,easy trick we can all use.I like knowing I can do something more to get rid of all the nasty that comes with fruits and veggies.

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strangelittlebeast January 15, 2011

I felt so much better after soaking my grapes in this! I found a half-batch to be plenty for my couple of pounds of fruit. Thank you so much for posting!

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Munchkin Mama January 15, 2008

FANTASTIC!!! I couldn't believe the stuff that came off of my produce!!!!

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N1kita November 12, 2006

I use a tablespoon of 35% food grade peroxide (10 times stronger than pharmacy stuff and you have to be careful with it before it is diluted), but this works great. You will be surprised at what comes off of your vegetables. You should only use cold water for leafy greens so they will stay crisp. Other fruits and vegetables can handle a little warmer water. I also put this in a spray bottle and use it to spray and then wipe down all of the packages and cans when I come home from shopping before putting them in the cabinet and pantry. You never know when someone with the flu sneezed or coughed all over them. For produce, don't skip the extra rinse, or it will taste like peroxide.

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~SwoR~ March 14, 2005
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