Tomatoes are happy to sprawl but getting the plants up off the ground—here, on a trellis—results in cleaner fruit and less hazard for diseases in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., on May 17, 2015. (Lee Reich via AP)
Make half your plate fruits and veggies. Shop from farmers’ markets, produce stands, or—even better—grow your own. Local produce is in season. In-season food is more flavorful, more nutritious, less likely to be modified or grown with pesticides, and better for your community. Make whole grains your default and refined the exception. Whole grains contain more healthy oils, fiber, and protein than refined grains. Go leaner and cleaner with meat: The USDA recommends just 5 to 6 ounces of…
Homemade Cleaner for Fruits & Veggies Most people go out and buy a cleaner for their fruits and vegetables; but now you can also make one using items you probably already have in your kitchen. #vegetables #cleaning #vegetablewash
I love produce, obviously. The fresher the better, the cleaner, well that’s the best. These days it’s like every blog/website is telling you about ” Clean 15, The Dirty Dozen, What to buy organic, What not to buy organic”, and most of them just give me a big headache to be honest. We purchase everything we... Read More »
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This insecticidal soap spray can be made at home for only a few dollars. It kills garden pests by coating their bodies with oil. Since insects breathe through their skin, it smothers them. Then the oil stays on the leaves making them inhospitable to further predation. But it wonât harm pets or humans. Avoid spraying on fruit shrubs with open flowers and pollinators at work. This can be used on fruit trees, shrubs, canes, and vines. Avoid spraying on the vegetable garden, as the oil w...
Pesticides are used to protect plants from the damaging effects of weeds, plant diseases and insects. Once we get the food, the bugs may gone but the chemicals are not. These chemicals reach the colon and remain there, making the colon toxic and slowly poisoning the body.