I read this advice in Doreen Virtue’s book, The Care and Feeding of Indigo Children (p. 137) and I’ve been following it.
We try to buy organic as much as possible, but living in a relatively small community, our selection of organic produce is limited (esp. during off-season months). Doreen suggests washing non-organic produce with apple cider vinegar because it’s a natural pesticide remover.
According to the Vinegar Institute website, “Add 2 tablespoons white distilled vinegar to 1 pint water and use to wash fresh fruits and vegetables, then rinse thoroughly. Research has shown that vinegar helps kill bacteria on fruits and vegetables.”
Quite often, whenever I wash our fruits in apple cider vinegar, I get the message “share this on your blog”. And, so I am…