Even though they are not covered with pesticides like conventionally grown fruits and vegetables, you should also clean the organic produce as well.
Organic vegetables and fruits are cultivated with natural soil and fertilizers like bone meal, manure, and worm castings.
Therefore, you should use baking soda, which is an affordable way to eliminate viruses and bacteria from your fresh and delicious products.
It is a naturally occurring compound, often found dissolved in mineral spring water. It is also known as a biopesticide, meaning that it is able to biologically prevent the growth of certain bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
You should prepare a natural scrub by adding some baking soda to a glass of water which will serve as a natural fruit and vegetable wash.
Just add a few tablespoons of baking soda into a cup or two of water, and transfer the mixture into a spray bottle or into a mixing bowl.
Then, clean the fruits and vegetables with a scrub brush, and wash them with water to rinse away any baking soda residue.