>>>I'm wondering what consideration may have been given to the use of ozone or
>>>hydrogen peroxide in the sprout dilema. Anybody know? Anybody tried it?
>>>(Please, anything but more chlorine!)
>Ronald Nigh wrote:
>>I agree. Chlorine is responsible for 80% of our chemical pollution problems
>>and is probably involved in envrionmental disease and a number of other
>>health problems. Banning its use would vastly simplify our toxic
>>contamination problems all over the world. Trouble is there is a very
>>powerful chlorine industry lobby in DC called the Chlorine Institute.
>>America's most conservative public health organization has called for a ban
>>on almost all of Cl's industrial uses.
>>Ozone and other oxygen treatment methods are a perfectly viable alternative
>>that should be explored. Thank you for pointing this out, Beth.
Betsy Levy wrote:
>I use an iodine antiseptic prepared for the food industry when I sterilize
>beer-brewing equipment (because I didn't want to use bleach). Is anyone
>aware of whether some kind of iodine solution could be adapted for use on
>produce? Ever heard of it?
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