I'll see a person walk by my cube, crunching on potato chips, and they'll stick their head in and see me crunching on my veggies. They say, "Wow... you're so healthy! I should do that!" And then the next week, they'll stop by my cube and proudly show me their baggie of veggies.
I have a large 5 liter Rubbermaid container that's filled to the brim every Sunday with bite-sized veggies for our lunches -- baby carrots, cherry tomatoes, sugar snap peas, and three different colors of sliced bell peppers. For dinner side dishes, I'll normally buy green beans, asparagus and a cucumber, though once in a while I will branch out and buy corn on the cob, potatoes, or the occasional brussels sprout. And then anything else I need for a particular recipe, like green onions or shallots.
I wash all of my veggies on Sunday and pre-chop most of them to make dinner prep go faster during the week. I found myself using A LOT of the store-bought veggie wash, and that stuff is expensive!
Enter Google! One search for "homemade veggie wash" pointed me to this recipe by kittencal on Food.com. I've used it for the past two weeks and it works like a charm... I even used it on cherries today and I don't taste any vinegar on them.
I haven't tried the spray yet, but if you decide to try it, let me know how it works out!