Organic Tomatoes USDA Organic from Canada Biologique @ 1.66 a pound Total= $3.30
Review: These tomatoes taste like they came right from the garden. I love any kind of tomato fresh from the garden. They're not mushy with the odd texture and they taste amazing. I've found that organic tomatoes are easier to cut, and in my opinion stay fresher for longer. I've also tried Heirloom Organic green house tomatoes. They were the first organic tomatoes I've ever tried. Now I will only purchase organic tomatoes because the difference is very noticeable. Tomatoes are my favorite!
Organic Foxy Romaine Lettuce Hearts USDA Organic Certified $3.99
Compared to the alternative Romaine Lettuce priced at $2.99
Review: There is no weird after taste when eating this lettuce. This lettuce I like to pair up with baby spinach, in salads.
Baby Spinach priced at $2.99 a bag. I'm still looking for organic baby spinach.
Organic Bell Peppers $4.99 a pound
1 Red Medium Bell Pepper $2.54
1 Green Smaller Bell Pepper $1.17
Review: I wasn't happy with the price, but it's not very often I can find organic bell peppers. Being selective on amount and size will make controlling spending easier. I find it strange that a bag of non organic peppers can cost the same amount of one medium organic bell pepper. The organic bell peppers do look amazing.
Organic Sleeve Celery $2.99
Review: By looking at the difference organic celery is smaller, and the tips with leaves are already cut off. The packaging was impressive and the difference in price was about a dollar.
Organic 16oz Strawberries $2.99
Strawberries can be rather expensive. Organic strawberries in the summer time are about the same as non-organic strawberries in the off season. I suggest buying in season, and freezing for longer use.
Organic Lemons 3 for $3.64 Verse 1 regular lemon for $0.79
Review: I decided against buying the organic lemons and only bought one regular lemon. I haven't used lemons in a long time. I plan on using them to cook, more often. Then next time I'll buy the organic lemons instead. That way I'll be able to make better observations on their differences.
Aloe Leaf 1 for $0.99
Review: This leaf is huge, pointy, and full of juicy goodness. I'm looking forward to using this in home-made sunscreen. I was very pleasantly surprised to find this in the vegetable isle at the grocery store. My aloe house plant is still a baby, and isn't ready to be harvest yet.
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