Eating quality organic food prevents illness from convenitally grown food, saving in medical costs.
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Master The Kitchen
Plan and portion meals, do it yourself, and use a water filter.
Grow Your Own
Start your Garden with seeds from http://sowtrueseed.com/
Learn urban farming http://www.tulanecitycenter.org/urban-farming-toolkit/
Sprouting food saves time and energy in the food prep process. https://sproutpeople.org
USDA Organic fruit and vegetable produce, meat and dairy (avoid pesticides and hormones).
Use single-ingredient foods.
Buy in-season produce.
Waste less by preparing and consuming what your body requires.
Go to www.EWG.com to see the Dirty Dozen produce list.
Go In Bulk
Do a search for “bulk organic _____” for dry goods.
Shop with a group.
Use bulk dispensers at stores.
Trade your business/creative skills and goods for produce/eggs with a local farmer.
Sign up for a CSA Program.
Farmers Markets are a great place to make friends.
Bring (homemade) snacks and water - in the car, on the trail, on the plane.