The warmer weather also tends to inspire families to stock their refrigerators with produce as the farmers markets and grocery stores begin to stock more local options. While some mamas go organic in hopes of providing their families with the best possible foods, doing so can be a real drag on the purse strings. The Environmental Working Group (the same group that issues the annual Dirty Dozen list of foods that should be bought organic), recently issued their Clean 15 – a list of produce items that are least likely to be affected by chemicals used during the growing process, reducing the need to buy organic. We've rounded up 10 of them that should make their way onto your Spring menus.
Like us on Facebook