By Dan Shapley
Like fresh, uncooked veggies? You should know about E. coli and the increased incidence of disease documented in a new government report. The raw nutritional value of veggies, loaded with nutrients, antioxidants and the like, isn't questioned. But the presence of the potentially-deadly bacteria E. coli has become more of a problem, as last year's spinach scare demonstrated. If there's good news here, it's that similar problems associated with bacteria in meat have been virtually erased by stronger regulation by the Food and Drug Administration.