Here is the list of goodies that you will need for our five-day feast;-) Shop as if you are shopping for 2-3 days worth of produce. You may have to go back to the store by day four, but this list should hold you for a few days.  Organic is best, but do not worry if you can not get organic, just get the best looking locally grown  fruits and veggies.  You can mix white vinegar and water in a spray bottle to make a great homemade veggie wash.  See below for directions on how to use wash. Or you can buy, Veggie Wash,  from the store.  Health is Wealth!!!

3-4 bunches of kale

3-4 bunches of collard greens

3-4 bunches of Swiss chard

4-5 small to medium beets

3-4 bunches of spinach

2-3 bunches of parsley

3-4 bunches of celery

5 lb bag of carrots

2 bunches of cilantro

1 bag of whole flax seeds

1 box of green tea

1 box of herbal tea-Holy Basil, Lavender, Chamomile (if you can find loose leaf, that would be better)

a head of green cabbage

1 lb of ginger- Randazzo has the best ginger for the best price.  Usually 89 cents a pound!

1 bag of raw almonds

1 bag of walnuts

1 bag of Brazil nuts

1 bag of green apples

1 bag of Fuji or Gala apples

2 pineapples

2 bags of frozen wild blueberries

2 bags of frozen raspberries

2 Pomegranates

Rice milk

bag of medium to large lemons

3 limes

5 small avocados

1 food journal

DIY Veggie and Fruit Wash

For Hard-skinned Fruits and Vegetables:

1. Fill a spray bottle with equal parts white vinegar and water.

2. Then, spray the solution onto your fruits and vegetables; rub it in; and rinse.

For Soft-skinned Fruits and Vegetables:

1. Fill a bowl with equal parts white vinegar and water.

2. Then, soak your fruits and vegetables in the solution for a minute or two, and rinse.

Why This Works

The acetic acid in vinegar kills bacteria and helps to dissolve the wax and pesticide residues found on the skins of many fruits and vegetables.


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