DIY Fruit and Veggie Wash; and Free Printable Label

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DIY Fruit and Veggie Wash jennyirvine.com
It is no secret at this point that I love all things country!

Our recent move from the city to the country already has me trying all kinds of “new things” from raising baby chicks to planting a countless numbers of seeds for our soon to be garden. That is if/when the weather reaches above 50 degrees….I know it’s coming (eventually) 😉

Whether you grown your own fruits and veggies, purchase from a farmers market, or the local grocery store your produce requires a good washing before consumption.

Today I’m (re)sharing one of my long time favorite recipes —

You will need;

1 empty spray bottle (a rinsed out previously used one works great as long as there were no harmful chemicals in it first or check your local dollar store)
Funnel
Ingredients;
1 C water
1 C vinegar
2 Tbs. Baking Soda
2 Tbs. Lemon Juice
How To; 
Mix the water and vinegar together in a liquid measuring cup.
Add the 2 T baking soda to the bottom of the water bottle
Using the funnel gradually pour the vinegar/water mixture into the water bottle.
Add lemon juice
Gently swirl the bottle around releasing all gasses
When washing fruit or veggies simply spray with prepared wash and let sit 5 minutes.
Gently rub/scrub produce and rinse under cool water.
Don’t forget to print your free “Fruit and Veggie Wash Label“….
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Original Post Appeared at www.myhappyhomestead.com
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