I don’t always buy organic, but when it comes to lemons, I make no exceptions. Why? Because there’s a lot more to lemons than their tart, juicy flesh; their aromatic skin is also edible, and an amazing flavor booster in both sweet and savory recipes. Because pesticide residue settles in the skin of fruits and vegetables, it’s a healthy investment to pay a bit more for organic lemons so you can reap all the tasty benefits.
Recent research says that eating bread made with ancient grains could lower cholesterol and blood glucose. Want to try making homemade bread? Try this Spelt Olive Loaf recipe, and check out our breadmaking success tips.