• Are you people just that ignorant about what you put in your bodies? This list is from 1986!! I am sure there is MUCH MORE radiation of foods now. Don't downrate the answer or the question simply because you choose to remain ignorant or don't comprehend the subject matter. This question is in reference to: Country - Food Items Argentina - Potatoes, strawberries, onions, and garlic. Belgium - Spices, dehydrated vegetables, and deep frozen foods. Brazil - Spices and dehydrated vegetables. Canada - Spices and seasonings. Chile - Onions, potatoes, spices, and dehydrated vegetables. China - Potatoes. Cuba - Information unavailable. Finland - Spices. France - Spices. Germany - Garlic, onions, and enzyme solutions. Hungary - Spices and wine cork. Israel - Spices. Japan - Potatoes. Korea (Republic of) - Garlic powder. Netherlands - Spices, frozen products, poultry, dehydrated vegetables, rice, dehydrated blood, egg powder, and packaging materials. Norway Spices. South Africa - Fruits, meats, onions, and potatoes. Thailand - Approved for irradiation: potatoes, onions, garlic, dates, wheat, rice, fish, and chicken. (information unavailable on specific foods being irradiated.) United States - Spices, wheat and wheat flour, fresh fruits and vegetables, pork, and poultry. USSR (former) - Grains. Yugoslavia (former) - Black pepper. Source: Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Isotopes and Radiation, Applications of Atomic Energy for Food and Agricultural Development, Vienna, Austria: July 1986 and November 1986
  • I'm sure I do. What they don't radiate before it comes to me often gets radiated in my own home microwave. It's a wonder we're not all glowing :)
  • You mean like from the microwave? Yes I heat up my food that way because it is easy. I really prefer to heat up my food another way, but when I am hungry, I don't have much patience to wait longer so I usually use the microwave. By the way, 5-MeO-DMT is totally amazing! I tried it when it was still legal :-)
  • not that i know of
  • I do not have a problem with irradiated or genetically modified food. "Food irradiation (the application of ionizing radiation to food) is a technology that improves the safety and extends the shelf life of foods by reducing or eliminating microorganisms and insects. Like pasteurizing milk and canning fruits and vegetables, irradiation can make food safer for the consumer. Jan 4, 2018"

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