In an ideal world, we wouldn’t have to worry about where food is sourced and farm-to-table wouldn’t be a buzzy phrase but a way of life. Unfortunately, as this year’s Environmental Working Group Dirty Dozen report makes clear, it’s more important than ever to buy organic. Not convinced? Ninety-eight percent of strawberries, the biggest offender on the list, tested positive for pesticide residue. That’s not all. The EWG reports a single strawberry can house up to 17 different types of chemicals. Luckily, there’s the Clean 15—a list of the best fruit and vegetables to buy non-organic. Keen to rid your diet of pesticides? We’ve made it easy with a lineup of Clean 15–inspired recipes and a handy grocery list to save for later.