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CamieRodan CamieRodan 6 years
If its available in your area, I would recommend signing up for a local produce delivery. For example, Washington Green Grocers (http://www.washingtonsgreengrocer.com/) delivers once a week to Washington DC residents. They offer seasonal produce, and considering the amount of food delivered, it is no more expensive than buying at a grocery store. Plus, it really forces you to try new types of veggies and fruits that you might not normally buy. I've used this service for several months now, and only buy certain staple foods (milk, eggs,etc.) from my grocery store.
Asche Asche 6 years
Question about apples. Are organic apples coated with wax? I refuse to eat unwaxed apples b/c I have bitten into thick, juicy worms too many times!
vanillabean vanillabean 6 years
Very interesting. I wondered about bannanas -- based on the foods listed here, I'd guess that non-organic would be fine too.
ceej ceej 6 years
I'd like to add potatoes and sweet potatoes to this list. Very important to eat organic version as they absorb everything around them.
weffie weffie 6 years
At least the celery and peaches were covered here: http://www.fitsugar.com/1802356 I've just signed up for a service that delivers all-organic, mostly-local fruits & veg weekly so I don't have to go looking around any more :) And it's cheaper than the supermarket, win!
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