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This video says we do need to check The main thing is not to eat it From my experience the hashgocho usually takes responsibility to check, (but sometimes they miss some so if you find do not eat) See this answer it answers your question beautifully http://judaism.stackexchange.com/a/70543/5120


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The rebbetzins/kosher kitchens you have observed are probably doing full checks rather than "sample" checks because full checks are often required for leafy vegetables. Vegetables which are buggy a majority of the time, or even a significant minority of the time, must be thoroughly checked. Even checking a majority of the vegetable in question is ...



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