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Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

 

All fruits and veggies go in vinegar water faery tears to soak.
 

now ya talking!
get like Newdiva yall LOLLOL


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Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

^^^^^IA.  with my gramma...she taught me washing greens is a process.  The amount of bugs and dirt that would come off...   *shudders*

yeah it's a whole day's job cleaning up fresh greensLOL. I still say I don't know how the women did it back in day (gathering from gardens, cleaning, chopping, cooking, etc for each meal). I admire their fortitude.
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Originally posted by NJHairLuv NJHairLuv wrote:

I have never eaten gritty greens before..im way too picky about whose collards I will eat. I most definitely was taught to scrub each leaf by hand and my mom/aunts/uncles have told horror stories about gritty collards so im scared to eat them from just anywhere.




gurl sh*d.   I learned from young u don't eat just anybody's greens.  I only eat my gramma's or my ex uncle Herb's greens.  Hell...my uncles greens are better than my gramma's if u can believe it.  *looks around furtively* don't tell her I said that tho.
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 A coworker said she soaks hers in DAWN overnight. I don't know about that but I guess they are definitely clean lol
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Originally posted by PurplePhase PurplePhase wrote:

Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

^^^^^IA.  with my gramma...she taught me washing greens is a process.  The amount of bugs and dirt that would come off...   *shudders*

yeah it's a whole day's job cleaning up fresh greensLOL. I still say I don't know how the women did it back in day (gathering from gardens, cleaning, chopping, cooking, etc for each meal). I admire their fortitude.





gurl wuuuuuuuuuuuud.   my gramma would start the cleaning the day before the event.  let them joints soak overnight depending on when she put them in the zink.  (yes zink)
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Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

Originally posted by Fcgriffin Fcgriffin wrote:

I rinse my ground beef after I brown it....at least to get the excess fat off.
Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

yes.  I wash then let soak in a lemon, vinegar and water mixture then season.  I'd wash ground beef if I could. 
Do y'all rinse your rice before you cook?
 
 
word? depending on how I cook my ground beef i'll mash it betwixt paper towels to get excess oils.



Wouldn't it be easier to get the extra lean ground beef, like the 3% fat ones?
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^^^^^^^I have....but it seems like they burn faster.  I'll get it if i'm throwing some burger patties in the oven but even then they seem to come out drier...and not in a good way.
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Originally posted by PurplePhase PurplePhase wrote:

 A coworker said she soaks hers in DAWN overnight. I don't know about that but I guess they are definitely clean lol



That actually works and I use Dawn plenty of times when I ran out of vegetable wash.
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well I confess LOL
 after she told me that, Dawn became my wash of choice for some fruits (like apples). I rinse them well after.


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I usually use a baking soda/water mix tho to wash veggies /fruits.With apples, I wash in BS/water after Dawn.


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