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From Barbara's Kitchen You probably won’t die from sun tea, but you might get a pitcher of bacteria

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Posted: Friday, August 17, 2012 7:34 am

Dear Barbara: You write frequently about food safety. That brings up a question concerning “sun tea.” It sits out in the sun for hours and no one seems to mind; plus I have not heard of anyone that got sick from drinking sun tea. Can you give me any info on that? — Kylie from Lodi

Dear Kylie: People have been drinking sun tea for years and haven’t gotten sick — or maybe it isn’t newsworthy because we don’t have an outbreak of it. I think there are as many people who say it is OK as there are who say it isn’t.

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