There is a Whole Foods next to our daughter's preschool and I've recently started going in once a week or so right before I pick her up on Fridays. This is going to sound silly, but it's a source of stress relief -- it's so nice and peaceful in there, everything looks amazing, and there are always free samples:) I've found a few products there that I've not seen anywhere else -- goji berries, for one, which friends have recommended as an immune booster and whose odd taste I now kind of like.
So I go in, browse around, pick up a few things which we can only get there, and then walk around the organice veggie, meat, fish, and fruit isles, trying to figure out just how much more we would spend on groceries if we shopped there. A LOT is the answer.
We get organic apples and eggs and milk at Trader Joes - - they are not cheap, but cheaper than Whole Foods. But I'd love to add more organic produce to our diets...
If you've found a way to make organic affordable, I hope you'll share your secret!