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7/3/2008 4:20:21 PM
By Laura Evers
tomatoes, salmonella, food safety
Still anxious about the Salmonella found in tomatoes? Although some cases have been reported as recently as late June, don’t let it stop you from enjoying fresh, seasonal tomatoes. Turn to local markets instead of industrial food to lessen your chances of getting salmonella or try growing them yourself.
Although the season is almost through to successfully grow your own tomatoes, our wonderful article on growing tomatoes in the winter by David Cavagnaro may be helpful to you if the outbreak continues in the upcoming months.
For more articles about the ongoing Salmonella outbreak, check out the following links…
Cooking for Engineers
Crumbs on My Keyboard
The Crunchy Chicken
The Jew & The Carrot
Kitchen Gardeners International
National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service
The Slow Cook
Slow Food USA
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