In their article, Kilonzo-Nthenge et al. evaluated multiple methods for washing vegetables, including pre-soaking the vegetables, running them under tap water, brushing them, using paper towels, and also using vinegar and lemon preparations.
All in all, they concluded that soaking in cold tap water was not significantly different than using other preparations, such acidic solutions (think vinegar or lemon). In addition, they found it helpful to rub or brush the vegetables.
So, whether you are just eating an apple (and aren't they great right now?) or making home-made soup or stir-frying vegetables, be sure to scrub them under water to get them good and clean before you eat them.
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