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    tomatoes and salmonella

    tomatoes and salmonella ...be careful and avoid some types of tomatoes guys.
    http://health.usnews.com/articles/he...toes-amid.html
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    Had to stop eating tomatoes...my mouth is full of sores...it sucks...
    Instead of wasting them...lets have us have a tomatoes fight!... lol...

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    Thanks Adi. I stopped yesterday.
    No fresh spinach or tomatoes now.

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    Thanks Adi - that posting just had me working at home for the past half hour to brief a client and save myself time in the morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RehabRhino
    Thanks Adi - that posting just had me working at home for the past half hour to brief a client and save myself time in the morning.
    you welcome paul....i try to help as much as i can .thanks god that my mom has a lot of fresh veggies in the garden .
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    I live in one of the states where there have been a lot of people sickened by the tainted tomatoes. Many of the stores are now pulling the large and Roma tomatoes off the produce shelves, and the McDonald's and other restaurants aren't serving them.

    I'd better get some plants potted PDQ. I'd wanted to have some planted before now, but have gotten behind on some things.

    Nothing is better than homegrown tomatoes - and fresh herbs to go with them - anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harley-lynn
    Had to stop eating tomatoes...my mouth is full of sores...it sucks...
    Instead of wasting them...lets have us have a tomatoes fight!... lol...
    HL, Have you tried yellow tomatoes? Their acid content is like a 10th of reds. My grandmother developed the same problem later in her life so she started planting heirloom yellows. Great sweet taste too.
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