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Can anyone tell me of a vegetable rinse that will kill bacteria

d/2u | Jul 7, 200409:52 AM     17

I make a lot of salads and such, that use raw green onions. I read the other day that green onions are one of our dirtiest foods, re: bacteria. Does anyone have a method of making sure that my green onions will be clean and safe to use raw. I was thinking about soaking them in a diluted bleach solution, then a rinse/soak/rinse afterwards. Would they be safe for human consumption after that? Or is there a product to buy or make that would work? Thanks! Dawn

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