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Eating Organic

Eating organic can be very simple.  There are a lot of lists out there and they are really useful.  But basically I believe that if it has hormones say no we don’t need antibiotics in our food either. 

  1. BulletBerries organic (all of them)

  1. BulletGrapes organic

  1. Bulletapples organic

  1. Bulletkiwi organic

  1. Bulletbananas regular

  1. Bulletcitrus regular unless you are using the zest in a recipe then organic. 

  1. Bulletmilk organic

  1. Bulletdairy organic

  1. Bulletall meats hormone and antibiotic free 


  1. Very useful list here. We started buying most of our meat at a local meat place where it's locally grown and the quality and taste is so much better too. Thanks for sharing!

    Katie @ Spray Paint Queen


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