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Using H2O2 to treat food

by bwrfc10

Hello, I am on a mold detox protocol and was advised not to eat legumes, nuts, and grains (among other things) to avoid molds and mycotoxins. I have treated belongings with hydrogen peroxide and I know the food industry does the same in some cases to reduce mold/mycotoxin contamination. Will soaking legumes and nuts in 3% hydrogen peroxide render them relatively harmless to me? I have only found one site recommending this procedure, which seems simple and would broaden the array of foods people like me can eat.

Thanks for any guidance or insight,

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Asked on June 28, 2020 7:27 pm

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