From Madame Noire
Let’s now kid ourselves, shall we? Girl you know by now you should be going organic whenever you can. Yeah, it’s generally more expensive, but a lot less than chemotherapy, wouldn’t you say? Here’s a quick and dirty guide on how to go organic on a budget.
By far, the cheapest way to go organic is to just grow your own. I’ve been doing this for years. Even if you have just a scrap of a yard, you can grow tomatoes, strawberries, grapes, oranges, apples, whatever. Seeds and seedlings are cheap. Make sure you buy organic top soil and fertilizer so not to corrupt your clean food. My favorite is E.B. Stone-their bat poo is GREAT for my eggplants. Find out when the growing season starts for your neck of the woods at Garden Web, which gives you more information that you’d ever want or need to know about growing your own food.
Buy organic produce that’s in season in your neck of the woods. They’ll be more abundant and therefore, less pricey…
Continued at Madame Noire