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17:35  12 march  2018
17:35  12 march  2018 Source:   delish.com

Food-Safety Experts Say Avoid Romaine Lettuce If You’re Not Into E. Coli

  Food-Safety Experts Say Avoid Romaine Lettuce If You’re Not Into E. Coli An outbreak tied to the greens has sickened 58 and killed 2.The food-safety team at Consumer Reports is advising consumers to find a different lettuce until the cause is identified and tainted products are removed from stores. (That moment to start better appreciating frisée? C’est arrivé!) Canada’s Public Health Agency has already said that it was romaine that killed 1 and sickened at least 41 people in five of the country’s provinces. America’s onsets appear concentrated between the end of November and the start of December, but, again, authorities aren’t sure what exactly is infected, so they can’t say that the threat is contained.

You may have rolled your eyes at all the other millennial pink food trends that have arisen in the past few months but, tbh, it wouldn't be so terrible if this one actually stuck around for a while. You can buy the lettuce at Whole Foods and some farmers markets

You may have rolled your eyes at all the other millennial pink food trends that have arisen in the past few months but, tbh, it wouldn't be so terrible if this one actually stuck around for a while. You can buy the lettuce at Whole Foods and some farmers markets

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Your salads are about to get so much more Instagram-worthy. In case you haven't already heard, pink lettuce - excuse me, millennial pink lettuce - is the latest food craze that you're bound to see all over your social media feeds soon enough.

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According to Eater, the lettuce in question is called Radicchio del Veneto, aka La Rosa del Veneto. It's a pink chicory grown mostly in parts of Italy, but you can also find it in California, Pennsylvania, and other states. The plant develops its pink color by being "forced," which basically means that it's grown for a certain amount of time, harvested in the fall, then replanted and grown in the dark.

We know that eating salads gets to be pretty boring after a while, and there's only so many ways that you can liven up a bowl of greens. You may have rolled your eyes at all the other millennial pink food trends that have arisen in the past few months but, tbh, it wouldn't be so terrible if this one actually stuck around for a while. You can buy the lettuce at Whole Foods and some farmers markets, but if you're in the New York area you can also find it on the lunch menu at King in Soho.

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Washing your romaine lettuce won't eliminate E. coli — here's how to minimize your risk during the current outbreak .
Romaine lettuce that was grown near Yuma, Arizona, has been linked to an outbreak of a dangerous strain of E. coli. The CDC wants people to avoid all forms of romaine unless they are certain it didn't come from Arizona.If you've got romaine lettuce in your refrigerator, throw it out — and then give the fridge a good scrub, ideally with bleach.

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