Remove Bacteria and Other Harmful Elements from your Fruits and Veggies by Adding a Teaspoon of This! Learn Here.

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Organic fruits and vegetables are truly naturally delicious and there is no question about it. Fresh organic fruits and vegetables are grown without any pesticide or any chemicals to make it grown faster and away from any harmful pest that can destroy it. They are naturally cultivated with natural soil and fertilizer.


  
So even our fruits and vegetables are grown without any harmful chemicals that can affect our bodies we still should consider to clean it well before we consumed it because there is still the possibility that some bacteria and germs are on the surface of our vegetable and fruits since we don't put any chemicals and pesticide to help it protect from harmful elements.

We also ensure that all the fruits and vegetables we buy in the supermarket today are totally clean and one of the best ways to clean our fruits and vegetables is with the use of Baking soda.

Baking soda is a naturally occurring compound, that usually found dissolved in mineral spring water.
It is very inexpensive that you can even found it in your kitchen and mostly in supermarkets. Baking soda is a biopesticide that inhibits the growth of certain bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

  
So to ensure that all your vegetables and fruits have no bacteria before you and your children eat it all you have to do is get some baking soda and make your own natural scrub by combining these two ingredients.

Baking Soda Fruit and Vegetable Wash

Ingredients:
  • 2 teaspoon of baking soda
  • 1 glass of water
Procedure:

Mix a few tablespoons of baking soda stirred into a cup or two of water. Pour the whole thing into a spray bottle if you want to go that way, or pour it into a mixing bowl. Use the scrub brush to clean the vegetables. Rinse away any baking soda residue with water.

Always remember that it is better to be sure than to suffer from different illnesses because of the bacterias. If you found this article helpful, don't hesitate to share it with your friends.


 
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