Green on a Budget: Is Organic Worth It?
Tip #2: Know your organics.
In an perfect world, you'd always eat organic. But when money's tight, it's worth knowing which fruits and vegetables are coated with the most pesticide residue so that you allot funds accordingly. Save a few bucks by settling for non-organic onions, avocados, cabbage, and watermelons. However, apples, celery, lettuce, and strawberries are among the "dirty dozen," which means you should always spring for the organic kind.
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