Skip to comments.Lettuce Ban the BS
Posted on 11/25/2018 5:14:20 AM PST by NOBO2012
I see that the Fall of the Romaine Empire has a lot of people up in arms.
And although some people have re-read the Bill of Rights and once again found no reference to the right of the people to keep and bear lettuce, dont be surprised if there are immediate calls for a ban on all Salad Shooters,
or at least on the high-capacity Salad Shooter Pro:
Separate bans have already been proposed on the currently legal high capacity magazines that inflict much greater damage:
Anticipate proposed bans on scary big knives to follow.
Where is David Hogg when we need him most?
I think the current problem is due to some kind of S but I dont think its BS
Posted from: MOTUS A.D.
Let-tuce? Eat Turkey!
Grow your own.
I suffer from what I call Green’s disease. So I never eat greens out. What I do is I will buy fresh produce and I will wash the hell out of it and I will blanch it if I’m going to eat it “Raw” but eating raw vegetables has even been a risk, so I steam them and there are some waterless cookware options that require very little water take the vegetable product in the pan up to bacteria killing temperatures and then is taken off the burner and the valves are closed and it Cooks the vegetables without losing too many vitamins.
If I don’t do that, more often than not I really can’t leave the house until the trots subside, and that’s why I call it greens disease. I think it’s from coliforms or E-coli in the products that are being purchased off the shelf at grocery stores. The pickers and the farmers are using fecal matter or they “crap in the fields and are wiping their butts with the cilantro.” That’s what I think is going on, and we the consumer really have to be vigilant about cleaning vegetable products that are obtained fresh from any grocer anywhere in this country.
When I was younger (living in Thailand) mom used to soak the vegetables she purchased in a chlorinated water solution because the use of fecal matter for fertilizer was common, and the only way that you could safely eat the products is to use a chlorinated solution of water and soak them and be very concerned about sterilizing those vegetables before cooking and cooking them thoroughly.
The annual rate of homicides involving firearms in the U.S. is less than 1 per 29,000 people (320,000,000 / 11,000), and many of those homicides occurred in inner city neighborhoods.
Think Progress Shocked U.S. Bans Romaine Lettuce, Not Firearms
I had to take a ceasar salad with spinach yesterday. They said all romaine lettuce is on recall.
The Romaine Empire has fallen. Caesar is dead. Lettuce Pray.
LOL! What’s next...iceberg...titanic?
Romaine has fallen
Caesar is dead
I can no longer garden outside so started growing herbs and small veggies inside.
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