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(article, Culinate staff)
The Environmental Working Group has released its 2011 Shopper's Guide, with a rejiggered lineup of the produce Dirty Dozen. Apples rolled to the top of the dirty list this year, with 98 percent sporting pesticide residues. New on the no-go list this year was cilantro, with some 44 percent of tested samples turning up unapproved pesticides. So go organic, at least for the grungiest produce. Want a copy of the latest list? Download it now.