The reason why fruit is difficult to clean is mainly that its appearance is rough, and the skin is so thin that it breaks after washing.
Therefore, to save trouble, many people simply rinse with water and eat. The fruit belongs to the plant, the plant is relatively low, and the fruit is tender and juicy, which makes it vulnerable to pests and microorganisms. Therefore, in the process of growing fruits, pesticides should be used frequently. These pesticides, fertilizers and bacteria are easily attached to the rough surface of the fruit. If they are not cleaned properly, it is likely to cause diarrhea and even pesticide poisoning. To wash the fruit, it is best to continuously rinse it with tap water. The running water can prevent the pesticide from penetrating the fruit. Don’t eat the washed fruit immediately, it is best to soak it in Canbixiao for 5 minutes. Residual can kill harmful microorganisms remaining on the surface of fruit; Residual water is alkaline, which can promote the degradation of acidic pesticides. When washing fruits, be careful not to remove the stems of fruits. If the stems are soaked in water, the residual pesticides will enter the fruit with the water, causing more serious pollution. In addition, do not soak the fruit with detergents such as washing spirit. These substances are difficult to clean and are easy to remain in the fruit, causing secondary pollution.
In today’s era of massive use of pesticides, various chemical preservatives and preservatives, and various growth hormones, every family was completely in a state of no resistance before this, and could only passively accept it. The process of chemical poisonings, such as various cancers and cardiovascular diseases, is related to the long-term intake of excessive pesticides and various chemicals.
Do not use ordinary detergents to wash fruits. The chemical components contained in the detergents are easy to remain on the fruits. Rinse with saltwater.
Edible Instructions Fruit Cleaning
There is a layer of hoarfrost on the surface of the grapes (fruit powder, which occurs naturally during the ripening period of the grapes), and some soil has still adhered to it. The hands are heavy and rotten, but they cannot be washed off with light hands. What should I do? There is a very simple method, put the grapes in the water, then put two spoons of flour or starch, don’t knead it hard, just pour it back and forth, then put it in the water and brush it back and forth, the flour and starch are sticky Yes, it’ll take all that mess down
When eating apples, many people like to eat them with the skin on them. Many preservation techniques make it difficult to clean the residual chemicals on the surface of apples. Here’s a little trick: after the apple is soaked in water, put a little salt on the skin, and then hold the apple with both hands and gently rub it back and forth, so that the dirt on the surface can be quickly rubbed off, and then rinsed with water. Eat with confidence.
First, rinse continuously with running tap water for a few minutes to remove most of the germs, pesticides and other contaminants on the surface of the strawberries. Note: Do not immerse in water first, to avoid pesticides dissolved in water and then absorbed by strawberries and penetrating the fruit;
Soak strawberries in rice-washing water (the first rice-washing water should be used) and light saltwater (half a tablespoon of salt in a basin of water) for 3 minutes. Their effects are different. Alkaline rice-washing water can decompose pesticides. The role of light saltwater can float the insects and eggs attached to the surface of the strawberry, which is easy to be washed away by water, and has a certain disinfection effect;
Use running tap water to rinse off the rice-washing water, fresh saltwater and possible residual harmful substances;
Rinse with clean water (or cold water).
In addition, it should be reminded that: do not remove the strawberry stems before washing the strawberries, so as not to allow pesticides and pollutants to penetrate the fruit through the “wound” during the soaking process, but cause pollution.