I agree with the others. I would rather buy non-organic potatoes for my five- and two-year-olds than organic potato chips. Yes, organic MIGHT be better. However, in terms of cost, I go with the conventional. it's more practical cost wise. You get a job and buy your own food and see how quickly the organic eats your paycheck (pun intended). Also, you don't have other expenses-- rent or mortgage, utilities, luxuries like Internet you're using... (I know a legal adult who lives at home with her parents. She has a full time job. However, her retired parents pay for her food, Internet [which they don't use], utilities, the house is paid for... She does have a car payment, but her parents pay for the other expenses with her car-- including gas. It really irritates me when the girl complains about not having enough money, because she squanders it on things like clothes she does not need...)
When we wash produce we use vinegar, rub it and then run it under water while rubbing it as well.
It could be worse, your parents could not care enough to give you fruits and vegetables at all.