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How to Use Bagged Salad Greens Safely

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Pre-cut bagged salad greens are convenient, but is it clean and safe to use right out of the bag? What about storing the leftovers? Cynthia Sass, Nutrition Director of Prevention Magazine, shows you how to use and enjoy an easy, healthy packaged salad.


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