Ideally, we would always buy organic, be it produce, meat, dairy, cleaning supplies, or personal care products. However, with a large family in a recession, it’s not always possible to purchase everything organic. For that reason, you’ll find my family using homemade cleaning products to stretch our dollars further, eating less meat so that we can afford the organic brands, and being careful about our produce selections.
Here’s a look at the current “Dirty Dozen” from the Environmental Working Group.
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