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looking for a thread about good bacteria vs bad bacteria

 
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Do we have a thread about good bacteria vs bad bacteria as it relates to cleaning? We want to include a footnote in our book.
 
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Hm, per Paul's offline comment, I think the only place where I mentioned "bacterio sapien"  is after hearing that term in the Farmageddon documentary (and here is the podcast review link).

I know we've talked about using salt only on butcher blocks, or to clean some things to discourage bad bacteria and encourage good bacteria, though not a specific thread that I could find. Just a mention here or there buried in other information.


 
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did we find one?  
 
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Not yet... I'd prefer to have a thread for it rather than have it be something buried in the depths of other content.
 
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