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The Dirty Dozen Cheat Sheet
The world's cutest pocket guide to buying organic
by Phuong-Cac Nguyen
on 23 April 2010
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While always preferred, buying organic is often cost-prohibitive and, with some produce, sometimes less important. Heidi Kenney's downloadable Dirty Dozen Cheat Sheet makes that split-second decision on whether to spend that extra 20 cents a pound on organic bananas or organic strawberries a little easier.

The convenient, credit card-sized guide separates 27 common fruits and veggies into two categories, those that usually have a low pesticide content and those that don't.

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Kenney, the crafter also known as "My Paper Crane" for her anthropomorphic plushies, uses kawaii-style illustrations based on the Environmental Working Group's more extensive list, which they offer as an iPhone app.

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