Tips on Eating Organic


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Eating organic and going raw can get expensive.  Here are some tips.

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Changing over to eating raw foods can be quite expensive. The ultimate is to grow your own garden. If you have a back yard you can grow a pretty decent sized one. Otherwise, get a few planters and grow a couple of tomato plants along the patio wall, and put a couple of eggplants inside the porch door with one large circular planter for example. Make each vegetable plant its own design with surrounding works of art. You can put a little garden here of one type of veggies and then another one on the south side of the yard.

If you can find someone who has an organic garden, offer to help them in exchange for food items (i.e. community garden). Most people need volunteers, and the larger the garden the more help they will need. Working in a garden all spring, summer and fall is exhausting work; someone to help us would be a blessing.

If you can find sales on organic or fresh vegetables toward the end of the summer seasons, buy at bulk; either freeze or can your favorite dishes.  If you have a large deep freeze you can freeze quite a bit of items. Otherwise, get a dehydrator and dry your food items.

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Look around and see what you have in your neighborhood or local city area. There are many, many opportunities that are waiting for your attention and skill, but they won’t come knocking on your door!

Good luck with your new raw food ways!

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