This article tells an alarming story about the levels of chemicals on produce in Thailand. Having just returned from there, I'm particularly interested. Still, the main remedies seem to be the same I've read before: wash with vinegar or baking soda.
10/09/2018 at 18:03 in Crunchy, Food and Drink, Travel | Permalink
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