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  1. I do the same thing but I put the baking soda on first I rub them rub the cherries and then put the vinegar in rub it around and then add a little water and rinse I don't let them sit because it can soak into the cell membranes of the cherries the pesticides are not going to leave the water so if you let them soak they're going to stay so I just rubbed the cherries together first with the baking soda and then the vinegar and then I rinse them

  2. Actually, you want to soak in 4 parts water and 1 part vinegar for about 5 minutes and then add the baking soda to lift off the residues .
    You can use them separately, but with just baking soda you'll need to soak about 20 minutes. Vinegar only needs 5 minutes.
    We did this in our restaurant when I was a chef.
    I don't recommend vinegar for berries and leafy greens. They get mushy. All other fruits do well and veggies do well. We also rinsed 3 times and let it dry on clean towel or paper towels or salad spinner for leafy greens.