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In February , more than 50 people in Victoria, Australia developed salmonellosis after eating bagged salad leaves , while in July , people fell ill in the UK after eating mixed salad leaves and two people died. The EU league table of sources of food poisoning outbreaks now ranks green salads as the second most common source of food-borne illness. Foods such as salad leaves pose a particular infection risk because they are usually minimally processed after harvesting and consumed raw.

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But outbreaks still occur with devastating consequences and thus far very little has been known about what happens to the behaviour of food poisoning bacteria when in the actual salad bag — until now. In our latest study , we concentrated on Salmonella as it is an aggressive pathogen that has been implicated in salad-associated infections.

We found that juices released from the cut-ends of the salad leaves enabled the Salmonella to grow in water, even when it was refrigerated — this was a surprise as Salmonella has a temperature preference of 37C. Over the course of a five-day refrigeration — a typical storage time for a bagged salad — Salmonella pathogens multiplied into more than , bacteria. Salad juices also helped the Salmonella to attach itself to the salad leaves so strongly that even vigorous water washing could not remove the bacteria.

Our project does not indicate any increased risk to eating leafy salads, but it does provide a better understanding of the factors contributing to salad-associated food poisoning risks and highlights the need for continued good practice in salad leaf production and preparation. Public Health England advises thorough washing of all salad leaves and other soil grown vegetables. With regards to eating leafy salads, which are a nutritious part of the diet, they should be stored, prepared and used according to the guidance on the pack — including refrigeration and use-by instructions.

Avoid bags of salad with mushed up leaves, avoid any bags or salad containers that look swollen, store in the fridge and use the salad as quickly as possible after purchase to minimise the growth of any pathogens that might be present. It is not at all likely that you will become ill from eating salads, but they are consumed raw and so vigilance is needed.

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Screen music and the question of originality - Miguel Mera — London, Islington. Edition: Available editions United Kingdom. Primrose Freestone , University of Leicester. That was really simple and delicious salad. My whole family loved it almost instantly! Thanks for sharing this!

Salad mixed with dry fruits like dates and walnuts…Wow!!! I am in love with this salad and on top of it lovely blue cheese sprinkled…This is the perfect dry fruit salad for me…. This salad reminds me of a delicious one we had at the most amazing Italian restaurant where I used to work. I forgot about it until now! I need to make this! This looks incredible. Great combination, made it with Anjou pears and it was delicious. Looking forward to trying more of your recipes!

I made this salad and the carrot dill chickpea salad for a potluck with my Argentine tango group. I received multiple compliments on both salads; everyone loved it! Loved finding this recipe, having all the ingredients and impressing my husband, we loved it!!!!! I have a question. My granddaughter is a vegartian. At 17 she only eats cheese, milk, bread and pasta. She dislikes vegetables. Does she eat soups at all? I know that can be helpful or get them in smoothies. Luckily, dairy has a good amount of protein.

I made the salad with butter lettuce and all other ingredients in your recipe. My guests and I loved it! A salad like this with some healthy ingredients like date,pear and walnut is a inspiration for food lovers. Eat healthy and keep healthy. Thanks for giving the new ideas for a healthy diet. The pear, date, walnut salad with blue cheese is lovely. But the seven screens of photos and musings about moving were more than little annoying.

Cookie and Kate receives commissions on purchases made through our links to retailers. All rights reserved. Our cookbook, Love Real Food, is here! Instructions To make the dressing: In a small bowl, combine all of the dressing ingredients and whisk to combine. Taste, and adjust if necessary—I added some more mustard and another pinch of salt. To make the salad: First, toast the walnuts in a medium skillet over medium heat until fragrant, stirring often, about 4 to 5 minutes. Set aside. In a medium serving bowl, combine the greens, dates, pears and toasted walnuts.

Serve in individual bowls with blue cheese sprinkled on top.

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Good luck with your move, Sarah! Oh yummmm! I have to make this ASAP! What a delish winter salad! This sounds delicious, I love the combination of different flavours and textures in here! This is a really healthy yet tasty recipe! Thank you so much! I happened to have the ingredients in my kitchen. Thanks for the suggestion. Looks so delicious, what a perfect combo.