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answered Difference between parsley and coriander(cilantro)?
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comment Is white cabbage that has turned rose-colored still safe to eat?
So - if I don't understand what's going on I don't feel justified in inflicting it on my nearest and dearest.
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comment Is white cabbage that has turned rose-colored still safe to eat?
Thanks for your feedback, which I appreciate. It's frustrating to be marked down without knowing why. To expand on my answer - bacteria are all around us. Some whan they grow have clear colours and while not important themselves may show that the conditions have been right for the growth of other bacteria - including food poisoning bacteria which may have no obvious signs. Salt and temperature control while important to microbiological control rely on even distribution. I assume that the cabbage will be eaten cold and not cooked which would at least destroy viable organisms.
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answered Is white cabbage that has turned rose-colored still safe to eat?
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