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Mr Brown said: "The claim has been made directly against the store via the relevant legislation, and has not yet been brought before the courts. If the claim is unable to be resolved satisfactorily, we would need to commence proceedings in court, which might be 12 months down the track," External link

qt Thursday, July 18, 2019 9:54:00 PM CEST

Peter Hauk sagte: „Wenn Zucchini oder Speisekürbisse bitter schmecken, sollten Verbraucher die Finger davon lassen. Der bittere Geschmack deutet auf pflanzeneigene Inhaltsstoffe hin, die extrem giftig sind, warnt das Verbraucherschutzministerium in Stuttgart. Diese gefährlichen Stoffe heißen Cucurbitacine. Experten des Ministeriums raten daher, vor der Zubereitung eines Zucchini- oder Kürbisgerichts vor allem selbst gezüchtete Ware zu probieren und bei einem bitteren Geschmack keinesfalls zu verwenden“ External link

swp Thursday, July 18, 2019 5:38:00 PM CEST

Peter Hauk erklärte: „Das Fatale ist, dass die Bitterstoffe hitzebeständig sind, sich also beim Kochen nicht zersetzen. Offensichtlich bilden Zucchini- und Kürbispflanzen bei heißem und trockenem Wetter verstärkt Bitterstoffe aus. Auch nimmt der Bitterstoffgehalt während der Fruchtreife zu. Das ist neben dem aromatischeren Geschmack ein guter Grund, Zucchini möglichst jung zu ernten “ External link

swp Thursday, July 18, 2019 5:38:00 PM CEST

Marjorie Decker said: “With the grants we provide them, people are really treading water,” “Some people aren’t treading, some people are drowning. ... Bringing them up to deep poverty is about throwing them a life jacket and letting them hold on and take a breath” External link

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