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How To Eat Bagged Lettuce Without Having To Worry About Salmonella
Burying your greens in the back of the fridge could increase your risk of illness. British researchers tested several types of bagged lettuce, plus red chard and spinach, over 5 days. They found that the juices released from the vegetables' trimmed edges—as little as 1/200 of a teaspoon—led to as much as 2,400 times more salmonella in the bag.
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It's best to buy heads or loose leaves, but if you prefer bags, look for ones with the farthest use-by date possible and avoid packages that look inflated or contain mushy greens. (Check out these 8 things food safety experts never eat.)
At home, remove the greens from the bag and wash them well with cold water to remove any juice. Then place the leaves in a fresh container, refrigerate, and eat within a day or two.
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