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Does Vinegar Disinfect Bean Sprouts?

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Apple cider vinegar may be used to disinfect bean sprouts. It may be used as a rinse to clean sprouts just prior to their use. This food should not be soaked in the vinegar, as it will alter the taste and make the sprouts soggy.

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