Fruit rinsed in baking soda

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I dunno, but why would you want to? (Not being a smart azz, just curious)
 

Mocha

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I dunno, but why would you want to? (Not being a smart azz, just curious)
I guess the bicarbonate of baking soda helps remove chemical residue/pesticides used in the growing of fruits. I was interested in trying it but don't want to harm the animals if that is so.
 

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I guess the bicarbonate of baking soda helps remove chemical residue/pesticides used in the growing of fruits. I was interested in trying it but don't want to harm the animals if that is so.
I dont know about the baking soda - I rinse my greens before serving - that gets them wet and will hydrate the dragon - I would err on the caution side of not rinsing w/ baking soda -- unless some one here can advise other wise
 

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