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Strawberries top the list, followed by spinach. (The full 2019 Dirty Dozen list, ranked from most contaminated to least, include strawberries, spinach, kale, nectarines, apples, grapes, peaches, cherries, pears, tomatoes, celery and potatoes.)
- How do you soak potatoes to clean them? I would recommend a thorough cleaning of your kitchen sink, then fill 1/2 full with cold water. Add the potatoes to soak, using a potato or vegetable brush, pick up each one and brush the eyes to remove any dirt or sand. Don't scrub too hard or the skin will go away too.
- What foods are high in toxins? Cherry Pits. 1/12. The hard stone in the center of cherries is full of prussic acid, also known as cyanide, which is poisonous. Apple Seeds. 2/12. Elderberries. 3/12. Nutmeg. 4/12. Green Potatoes. 5/12. Raw Kidney Beans. 6/12. Rhubarb Leaves. 7/12. Bitter Almonds. 8/12.
- Should you wash potatoes before cooking? You should certainly rinse the potatoes — we prefer russets — to remove any dirt and debris. You can even give them a quick scrub with a vegetable brush. But you need to dry the spuds well after the bath. Excess moisture on the skin can seep into the potato during baking and cause soggy skins.
- Which part of bok choy do you eat? Bok Choy, also known as Chinese White Cabbage, is a cruciferous vegetable that is a member of the cabbage family. It has a round tender white bulb on the bottom with long celery-looking stalks and dark leafy greens on top. The entire vegetable is edible and can be enjoyed either raw or cooked.
- How often should you clean email list? How often you should clean your email list will vary from company to company, and list to list. But a good rule of thumb is every six months — and definitely not longer than a year. Or, if you want to keep your list squeaky clean year round, try cleaning your list every 3 months.
- What is the difference between washed and unwashed potatoes? Leaving them unwashed if you're looking for longevity, as unwashed potatoes will last a little longer as the dirt protects them from light. Washed potatoes often lose some of their skin in the washing process, making them more susceptible to air and potential mould spores.