I find lists tremendously helpful. They provide a mainline of information. While the article that contains them may be perused once or so, it’s always helpful to have a list to return to. I previously posted a link to a list of the “dirty dozen.” It provides a tally of the items that harbor the most pesticides to aid in your decision making process. Sure the wisdom or logic involved in anything is open to attack but that attack doesn’t subvert the shorthand value. Critiques of the list fail to appreciate that the list doesn’t always need to be perfect to be useful. Here’s an alternative list. It’s shorter.
Organic = Yes.
Non-organic = No.
It’s a much cleaner, much healthier, much simpler organizer. Unfortunately that’s not very realistic. So, if you would like to play in the real world, here is an alternative. An update to the “dirty dozen.”