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Hi, I am not an official raw food fan, but I do pretty much live on huge salads,and have often bought pre-washed packaged greens for my salads. I just threw out three bags of beautiful greens because of this new e.coli scare.<br><br><br><br>
What are your thoughts about this? Any ideas about where to get fresh salad greens that are safe to eat raw? Would love some suggestions.
 

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I just got back from the grocery store. They had plenty of other bagged greens, plus there's always the non-bagged varieties. The recall, so far, has only been claiming bagged spinach as the culprit.<br><br><br><br>
I bought ...<br><br><br><br>
bagged coleslaw<br><br>
fresh romain<br><br>
fresh kale<br><br>
fresh red cabbage<br><br><br><br>
If you're really worried, you can always search for a local farmer's market.
 

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Right now they're not saying anything about bunch spinach, but since they apparently don't know yet whether the contamination is occurring in the fields or the packing plants, I'd be a little leery of bunch spinach as well. I'd stick to other greens until the source is identified.
 
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