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jolinda (@jolinda)

Your best tips for raw food safety post transplant.

Transplants | Last Active: Dec 8, 2021 | Replies (92)

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@contentandwell

@jolinda @genocurt I don’t think I was ever told to not eat raw strawberries but now I’m going to check! I’ve been eating that salad – greens, chicken, and strawberries— for lunch just about every day for over a year. I used to put crumbled goat cheese in too but now I’m lactose intolerant. I will be very upset if I have to give up my delicious lunch. It’s the best.
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@contentandwell I have been encouraged to eat a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables. Berries included!! Just no grapefruit or pomegranate. I rinse everything in cold water. I do not rinse bananas. I don't eat the peel lol..
Sometimes it doesn't help to become paranoid as you'll miss out on the goodness and health benefits of delicious fruits.

I was never told not to eat them (strawberries) either. And I do rinse, rinse, rinse, the strawberries and blueberries. Yummy. It is the fresh raspberries and blackberries that I am concerned with because they are hard to rinse.

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