POPSUGAR Food Poll Poll: How Do You Clean Produce? How Do You Clean Produce? by Food 5/04/09 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Source Read More Cleaning ProduceProducePoll POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Tech DIY Home Vegetarian Food Love and Sex Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. aimeeb 6 years Just water. :) 7showgirl7 6 years I rinse fruit and vegetables with water and vinegar it helps kill germs. Infinitystune 6 years Plain water. my fiancees grandpa uses soap and water, as does his mom I believe. I've actually never heard of a veggie brush, but its something I might look into. Kimpossible 6 years Rinse it in water and then dry it in my salad spinner. If it's really gritty I fill the sink with cold water, let the greens soak for a min. or two while the dirt and sand sink to the bottom, then dry it in my salad spinner. opentypeA 6 years I rinse it and rub it a little with my hands. Otherwise, I let it be. A little dirt is good for the immune system...right? ;-) Modus-Vivendi 6 years I just rinse. Life's too short. Spectra 6 years I mix up a solution of baking soda and water and put it in a spray bottle. I spritz it on and rub it around for a while and then rinse it off well. It gets rid of pesticides. And for my garden produce, I soak them in the solution for a few minutes to get all the dirt, grit, and occasional slug off of my fruit and veggies. HoneyBrown1976 6 years Plain water! mamasitamalita 6 years wash things in water, unless they're mushrooms -- just wipe off the dirt and move on bluebellknoll 6 years I always rinse produce with water but I will use a veg brush on root veggies. It really makes a huge difference. Dana18 6 years I rinse with water then dry. Grapes I soak in salt water and then rinse. I heard this help take off some of the pesticides. starangel82 6 years I said other because it depends on the produce. I usually rinse most things, but some things I'll take a scrubber brush to. ilanac13 6 years i rinse veggies and fruit in water. i know that there are a lot of products out there that are supposedly better, but at what cost ya know? those products are at times kind of expensive. mudnessa 6 years i do at least one of all of those depending on what i can find and what i am cleaning and how much time i have or dont have. Soniabonya 6 years It depends on the produce. If it has a hard or thick surface, like a potato or carrot, I wash and use a veggie scrub, especially if it just came from the garden. If it has a soft skin like tomatoes or lettuce, then I give it a good rinse and wipe down to get any possible dirt off.