If you’re anything like me, you’re into living healthy. In addition to keeping active – or at least giving it the ol’ college try – a great way to stay in shape is to eat organic foods. However, delicious and nutritious though they may be, their prices are often hard to swallow.
Healthy living definitely has a high cost-of-entry, but what can you do about it? Organic foods are more expensive than your run-of-the-mill, overly processed muckity-muck, and understandably so. Their smaller volume, lower demand, larger and more diverse work force required, and inability to scale due to the diversity of numerous markets all account for their cost.
So what’s a person to do? It’s not like we all have acres of farmland or copious amounts of expendable income. Are we supposed to just swallow our pride along with those GMOs and wash it all down with our hopes and dreams of staying fit? I vote nay, and so does startagarden.org!
Imagine being able to grow your own kale in the same place you kick your feet up to binge watch the latest season of House of Cards. Well guess what. You can totally can do that, and Startagarden.org will hold your hand each step of the way.
Their pot size selector helps you live out your old Macdonald fantasies with something as small as a plastic cup. Additionally, enter the dimensions of your own custom cup or container to proceed to the next step.
Choose your container size, click next, and you’ll be given a selection of glorious and organic munchables that can be on your plate in as little as a few weeks.
On top of that, they even tell you where other farm hopefuls goofed up so you can know what not to do! It’s really an incredible site, and can help you save money on your organic vegetables.