Eat Small Organic Apples - Tastier And Less Calories
Members Were Sparked
Most of the time in the stores you see big apples (2 per pound). If you compare the calorie load of a large apple with a small one (3 per pound), the difference is astonishing. Usually you just want one apple, and a small one will do. Where to find small apples? In the organic department - smaller and tastier, and healthier too. When you figure the difference in cost between a big regular apple and a small organic one, there's not much in it.
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