You wash fruit before eating it, right? Fruits like apples, grapes, berries, peaches, and pears. But what about fruit that does not have an edible outside? Fruits like pineapple, oranges, and melons.
You might think, “Why do I need to wash the outside when I don’t eat it?” But consider how you prepare that fruit for eating. You put your hands on it and cut into it. Things like germs and pesticides that are on the outside of the fruit can transfer to your hands and knife which then touch the part of the fruit you eat.
Do you wash all your fruit?
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