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Old 05-28-2006, 04:28 PM   #8
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Location: Marianna, FL
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"A salad really isn't that hard to make, so I would suggest staying away from the processed bagged stuff."

I hate to speak in generallities, but there was recently a major recall of bagged lettuce produced in the upper Midwest. If I remember correctly, the soil had been amended with animal manure. This has been common practice all over for eons!
Anyway, the lettuce was "washed", processed for bagging, and bagged.
Cooties were still on lettuce and caused some major sicknesses.
That is the gist of what I remember without looking it all up again

Anyway, we buy local greens most of the time--never factory bagged.

Peice of cake to clean and prep!

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