The new Dr. Bronner’s 18-in-1 Hemp PEPPERMINT PURE-CASTILE SOAP I got doesn’t look like the old stuff. I have the last little bit of a bottle my mom gave me about 3 years ago, and the color is totally different. Here are some photos:
Organic food is expensive. I decided to look up a few foods I commonly eat to determine which ones are more cost effective.
Organic spinach — $0.80/ounce, 7 calories/ounce = 9 calories/dollar
Organic zucchini (cooked) — 80 calories/pound, $1.99/pound = 40 calories/dollar
Organic carrots (raw) — 175 calories/pound, $1.29/pound = 135 calories/dollar
Organic apple — about 127 calories per apple, at $1.50/pound is $0.74/apple = 172 calories/dollar
Organic yogurt — 680 calories for $3.89 = 175 calories/dollar
Organic eggs — 840 calories for $3.70 = 227 calories/dollar
Organic milk — 1 gallon (2400 calories) for $6 = 400 calories/dollar
Organic peanut butter — 2700 calories for $5 = 540 calories/dollar
Organic beans (dried): 840 calories/pound, $1.39/pound = 600 calories/dollar
Peanut butter and beans are the winners for density. It turns out peanuts are legumes after all, so perhaps it’s no surprise that they are comparable. Greens are like eating water, calorically speaking.