Just the other day I wrote about the latest “most important foods to eat organic” lists–the “Dirty Dozen and the “Clean 15.” Well now the My Paper Crane blog has gone and made a free printable PDF, the most adorable way ever to keep track of which fruits and veggies you must buy organic and which you can get away with eating commercially grown. And it’s in handy wallet-size format. I’ll just tuck it next to my seafood list!

Thanks, My Paper Crane! Download the organic food cheat sheet here. Also go to Food News to see the original list–they’ve got 47 foods listed.

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