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Health officials recommend thoroughly washing fruits and vegetables under running water (and scrubbing firm produce like melons and cucumbers with a clean produce brush) before eating or cutting them.
The beer tastes of lemon and cucumbers and — I’ll be darned — berries, owing to the habaneros.
The versatile lunch offerings include soup or specialty salads, such as the Danish with Romaine lettuce, red onions, pasta, cucumbers and feta cheese.
In containers, grow carrots, radishes, bush cucumber and potatoes.
The cucumber and tomato salad makes use of ingredients the campers might harvest at one of the local farms.
Arcadia: These are naturally flavored vodkas that come in Meyer lemon, grapefruit, orange, coffee, horseradish, jalapeño, cucumber and rosemary.
Its raw-fish bowls, served with a variety of toppings such as rice, orange, edamame, cucumber and garlic, are a clean, fresh alternative to other food options nearby.
The menu included Korean stuffed cucumber and beef short rib confit.
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