|Back to our roots!|
You can tell it is fall when our local farm share starts sending more root veggies than greens.
A bit ago Simon bit into an apple that we peeled up for him from the BJ's bag from the fridge then promptly stated, "This isn't organic, I don't like it." Then went back to the fridge to pick his own apple from the farm share.
I don't think we can ever go back to getting non-organic apples from the store again. The kid can actually taste the difference.
And he's right. Dang, those are good apples!
Now before he takes a bite from any apple we give him, he asks, "Is this organic?"
While a farm share is a great way to get organic produce, it isn't always possible. (Though Enterprise Produce does have a year-round share. Just sayin'.) Here is a resource we use (or try to...how DID those apples get in our fridge...mmmm) to remember what to buy organic and what you can buy organic when you can.
Image from mypapercrane