Preparing Food


All fruits and vegetables can be loaded with pesticides and herbicides and need to be washed before eating. Your produce is handled many times by many people before you buy it from the laborers in the field to the grocery clerk, and don’t forget the customers that have to pick up and inspect before they select the perfect fruit or bunch. It is vital to remove the pesticide residue and bacteria residue from the produce. Remember to wash your hands during the preparation process, or you can easily re-contaminate anything you touch. Whether it is just white, red, or Apple Cider, Vinegar kills cancer cells. It is also anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-septic and kills 98% of all germs. A shake of baking soda also helps break down the anti-water barrier. Sprinkle some baking soda and vinegar on the produce, add some water, and let it soak for a while. Rinse with clean cold water. The only thing that kills more germs is Bleach, which kills 99% of all Germs. But you can’t eat or drink Bleach. You can’t rub it on your skin or consume it daily. Vinegar, in general, has been used as an anti-septic and for medicinal purposes for at least 12,000 years. Satoru

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