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Read about a recall of Fresh Express Packaged Salad because of s

Read about a recall of Fresh Express Packaged Salad because of s

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by: vegas777 Active Indicator LED Icon 1 OP 
~ 5 mos, 3 days ago   Dec 21, '21 8:49pm  
Read about a recall of Fresh Express Packaged Salad because of some Listeria cases. Check for Product Codes Z324 thru Z356 and return them to the store or toss them. Be safe.
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NJ99221 Active Indicator LED Icon 1
~ 5 mos, 2 days ago   Dec 22, '21 10:54am  
So Upsetting to see recalls on food products... Why would anyone buy
salads in a bag anyway... If you can't take time to tear up lettuce after washing it
then yes... there is a problem there...
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~ 5 mos, 2 days ago   Dec 22, '21 5:43pm  
@NJ99221 : Because some of us live alone, and only eat so much salad a day. Bags make it easier to get a bit of variety. I still wash and spin mine, but realize that doesn't get the really nasty bugs off.
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Megyn1 Active Indicator LED Icon 1
~ 5 mos, 2 days ago   Dec 22, '21 6:19pm  
I don't buy the bagged salad as it doesn't last very long. Other wise I would. I don't eat much salad at home as ut doesn't tSte as good as when I'm in a restaurant
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Txtoast Active Indicator LED Icon 1
~ 5 mos, 2 days ago   Dec 22, '21 6:32pm  
I have a salad for a light meal once a day, it's good to eat raw foods, healthy.
Bagged doesn't seem to last, almost have to eat on the same day as bought.
I too wash and dry with paper towels, though never eat it all, and end up throwing out wilted leaves.
Crunch of a fresh salad is so good!
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susieq Active Indicator LED Icon 4
~ 5 mos, 2 days ago   Dec 22, '21 7:42pm  
Then there are some of us who grow their own. There is also Fiti, which is a fruit and vegetable wash. Unfortunately, with the way food is grown, and then washed, the same water for batch after batch, contamination is unavoidable. Cut up a dirty product and the bacteria spreads through cut edges. You can grow lettuce even in a pot, you don't have to have a whole garden.
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~ 5 mos, 2 days ago   Dec 23, '21 8:49am  
@susieq : I literally don't have a single square inch of direct sun now. I bought a couple of Aerogardens for growing things inside, I have kitchen herbs, strawberries ('cause it sounded like fun), cherry tomatoes and alyssum for color. Lettuce does well in them, too, and I'm going to try that again, next. I'm toying with the idea of buying one more unit while these sales are going on.
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susieq Active Indicator LED Icon 4
~ 5 mos, 1 day ago   Dec 23, '21 12:15pm  
I have thought about getting one, but I don't really need it.
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Blackbird Active Indicator LED Icon 2
~ 5 mos, 1 day ago   Dec 23, '21 1:04pm  
@susieq : You have the space! Us apartment dweller don't have that option. I do love my home grown, cherry, tomatoes, though.
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