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Surf excel.

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Forget washing
And cook them well
Although there is no scientific evidence that COVID-19 will not survive higher temperatures..I don’t think any virus can survive more than 100c smile (most will die at 60-70c)

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Simbha3 wrote:

Surf excel.

bro, pls stop kidding. confused

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getready wrote:

Forget washing
And cook them well
Although there is no scientific evidence that COVID-19 will not survive higher temperatures..I don’t think any virus can survive more than 100c smile (most will die at 60-70c)

when we get the veggies, i want to wash them off as soon as i get them home. don’t want any risk room lying vegetables or while preparing food. it risky.

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Simply wash with warm water don’t use any chemical agents

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rajrocks wrote:

when we get the veggies, i want to wash them off as soon as i get them home. don’t want any risk room lying vegetables or while preparing food. it risky.

That’s the usual pratice..you don’t need anything extra for COVOD-19
Wash once when u get them home for the first time
Let them lie outside for a while before u store them in fridge
then again clean them while you’re cooking
As a precuationary measure, i always remove an extra layer or two from veggies like cabbage and cauli flower, carrots … (Yes..i cook smile)

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Simbha3 wrote:

https://www.northjersey.com/story/entertainment...

That means you can’t get the coronavirus by ingesting it.
when we eat , the food enters our mouth and then throat n then stomach. all this while we are told virus enters our lungs via nose/mouth. so how will we not get infected?

when we wash veggies with soap, im sure slight part of soap will be there on surface.
so is there any non toxic soap which is not harmful it gets inside out body which can be used foe this purpose?

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BLANCO wrote:

Simply wash with warm water don’t use any chemical agents

as i read n saw videos, virus latches to surfaces and only was to get rid of it is be breaking it own via soap/alcohol.
@prabhat775

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rajrocks wrote:

as i read n saw videos, virus latches to surfaces and only was to get rid of it is be breaking it own via soap/alcohol.
@prabhat775

But you cannot eat something washed with soap. After washing with hot water you will cook it. And no virus can survive that temperature. Apart from taste that is the real purpose of cooked food when compared eating it raw.

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Alexios wrote:

But you cannot eat something washed with soap. After washing with hot water you will cook it. And no virus can survive that temperature. Apart from taste that is the real purpose of cooked food when compared eating it raw.

Correct!!

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dip them in normal water (not too cold) for half an hour so that all chemical applied comes out.

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Simbha3 wrote:

Not kidding.
https://mobile.twitter.com/GazalGulati/status/1...

this is what i was asking and this is what i was planning to do. whenever i come from outside, take a he bath and wash off the clothes. if i get any items like groceries then first wash them n then wash clothes and in last take bath. but only concern is veggies. slight chemical will still be there.

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Alexios wrote:

But you cannot eat something washed with soap. After washing with hot water you will cook it. And no virus can survive that temperature. Apart from taste that is the real purpose of cooked food when compared eating it raw.

ya but it will be lying in my house till its cooked n thats risky. by mistake if gets touched n then we forget to wash hands then no point doing all this.
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jambui wrote:

dip them in normal water (not too cold) for half an hour so that all chemical applied comes out.

even if we put for a day it wont come out completely bro.

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rajrocks wrote:

ya but it will be lying in my house till its cooked n thats risky. by mistake if gets touched n then we forget to wash hands then no point doing all this.
@BLANCO

That risk is always there.

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BLANCO wrote:

Bleach is not meant to be used to clean any foods or food products. The ingestion of any amount of bleach can be a major health hazard

If you are planning to wash your vegetables with surf excel what i can say.. hats off..

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rajrocks wrote:

when we get the veggies, i want to wash them off as soon as i get them home. don’t want any risk room lying vegetables or while preparing food. it risky.

wash them with hand wash soap water in a bucket thoroughly

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Simbha3 wrote:

If you are planning to wash your vegetables with surf excel what i can say.. hats off..

I thought u inspired by the lady in the video stuck_out_tongue , Btw video not seen by me.

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Cody wrote:

wash them with hand wash soap water in a bucket thoroughly

bro, but still slight chemical will get stuck to them and would be difficult to remove.

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I eat fresh raw vegetables (not fruits) sometimes. This is what I always do to get rid of any germs and harmful chemicals on surface:

1. Boil enough water real hot
2. Add regular salt 1 or 2 teaspoon depending on quantity of water
3. Dip in it vegetables completely from 15 to 45 seconds max
4. Remove and instantly put them in cold water to avoid self-cooking due to temperature. Make sure to bring it back to room temperature even if it requires two batches of cold water dip.
5. You can now eat these raw.

I usually dip vegetables such as cauliflower for 30 seconds so that hot water can reach all its grooves. However, veges such as bottle gourd are okay to be removed after 15-20 seconds.

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Add some baking powder in a pot of water. Soak the vegitable overnight and rinse it well next day. 🙂

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Simbha3 wrote:

Surf excel.

Kire Simbha bhai. Sabu thik taa??

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bikidas2060 wrote:

Kire Simbha bhai. Sabu thik taa??

nabin babu jindabad

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