[Northkeep] Waterbearing Supplies and other such business....

Montega montega at gmail.com
Wed May 24 19:15:35 PDT 2006

I agree Ian. Now that I think about it, having one that is plastic and
can be cleaned makes more sense in the long run... scratch the
disposable ones. :)

On 5/24/06, Ian Dun Gillan <ian1550 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Hmmm...
> Not to disagree but from a different perspective I would think cross
> contamination could be an issue during the working of the water-bearing.
> Separate knives, separate trays, etc.. Do you buy new knives and trays each
> time too?  If so why? Would it not work to have a dish pan with bleach water
> in it?  Would the bleach water if properly mixed and maintained clean and
> purify any surface?
> In most cases I have encountered bleach water is used to clean for such
> possible contamination. So the investment in a bottle of bleach and a tub to
> keep the bleach water in might over time save money verses purchasing
> cutting boards, utensils and trays each time.
> Just my two cents worth.
> Ian
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