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Re: organic

Postby Amazinz » Wed May 13, 2009 11:02 am

Oh my. If we had a Hall of Fame for joke failures, I'd nominate Knapplc for a statue out front. :-D
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Re: organic

Postby knapplc » Wed May 13, 2009 11:04 am

It's possible you're not high-falootin' enough to appreciate top-notch humor. I think you should consider that.
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Re: orgasmic

Postby Mookie4ever » Wed May 13, 2009 11:07 am

24. mods who change thread titles
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Re: orgasmic

Postby Dan Lambskin » Wed May 13, 2009 11:08 am

i LOLed...well, it was more of a chuckle

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Re: organic

Postby Metroid » Wed May 13, 2009 11:10 am

:-b

Back on topic I agree with Mook, buy local as much as you can. Don't worry so much about eating "all natural" or "organic", if you buy local chances are it will be organic...or close to it. And not only is buying locally good for the environment, it's also good for your local economy. It's often more expensive but it's worth it in the long run, for you and for you community. I don't like major chain stores because they don't carry local products. Some may though, you might have to ask.

I don't shop at Costco either, I've always viewed it as just another "Wal-Mart" type store, but I'm curious...do they at least support local farmers? Anybody know? :-?
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Re: organic

Postby Yoda » Wed May 13, 2009 11:24 am

Metroid wrote::-b

Back on topic I agree with Mook, buy local as much as you can. Don't worry so much about eating "all natural" or "organic", if you buy local chances are it will be organic...or close to it. And not only is buying locally good for the environment, it's also good for your local economy. It's often more expensive but it's worth it in the long run, for you and for you community. I don't like major chain stores because they don't carry local products. Some may though, you might have to ask.

I don't shop at Costco either, I've always viewed it as just another "Wal-Mart" type store, but I'm curious...do they at least support local farmers? Anybody know? :-?


I think organic does matter because they don't pump your food with all the chemicals, additives, pesticides, hormones and other junk.

Costco does not support local farmers as far as I know.
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Re: organic

Postby Metroid » Wed May 13, 2009 11:39 am

Yoda wrote:
Metroid wrote::-b

Back on topic I agree with Mook, buy local as much as you can. Don't worry so much about eating "all natural" or "organic", if you buy local chances are it will be organic...or close to it. And not only is buying locally good for the environment, it's also good for your local economy. It's often more expensive but it's worth it in the long run, for you and for you community. I don't like major chain stores because they don't carry local products. Some may though, you might have to ask.

I don't shop at Costco either, I've always viewed it as just another "Wal-Mart" type store, but I'm curious...do they at least support local farmers? Anybody know? :-?


I think organic does matter because they don't pump your food with all the chemicals, additives, pesticides, hormones and other junk.

Costco does not support local farmers as far as I know.

I've read reports where a certain level of synthetic materials are allowed to be used on organic products. And you asked for links on the milk and I provided them a couple pages back. Again it's still better than the regular junk on the grocery shelves but don't fully believe the hype.

And my point really wasn't that buying organic doesn't matter it's that buying locally matters much more. If you buy locally chances are it is just as "organic" as the stuff you buy at Safeway or Costco or Wal-mart or wherever, plus you are supporting local farmers, helping the environment, and helping your local economy. ;-)
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Re: organic

Postby Mookie4ever » Wed May 13, 2009 11:41 am

Yoda wrote:
Metroid wrote::-b

Back on topic I agree with Mook, buy local as much as you can. Don't worry so much about eating "all natural" or "organic", if you buy local chances are it will be organic...or close to it. And not only is buying locally good for the environment, it's also good for your local economy. It's often more expensive but it's worth it in the long run, for you and for you community. I don't like major chain stores because they don't carry local products. Some may though, you might have to ask.

I don't shop at Costco either, I've always viewed it as just another "Wal-Mart" type store, but I'm curious...do they at least support local farmers? Anybody know? :-?


I think organic does matter because they don't pump your food with all the chemicals, additives, pesticides, hormones and other junk.

Costco does not support local farmers as far as I know.


:-° Just b/c something is a chemical doesn't mean that it is necessarily bad.

If I have something that I know is going to be sitting on my shelf for a while I would like some preservatives in it. I'm fairly busy and can't stop by the store to buy what I am going to eat daily. That would be ideal but I get out weekly and it would be wasteful and harmful to the environment to throw out foods that can't last a week. So some preservatives are strictly speaking better for the environment than non-preserved foods for me.

There are also some additives that are helpful the only thing that pops to mind right now is that my Mom needs pectin to make her preserves.

I just don't like the knee-jerk reaction that all chemicals are bad and everything organic is good. "Organic" is such a stupid word for it :-P
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Re: organic

Postby DaShiz23 » Wed May 13, 2009 11:54 am

Mookie4ever wrote:
Yoda wrote:
Metroid wrote::-b

Back on topic I agree with Mook, buy local as much as you can. Don't worry so much about eating "all natural" or "organic", if you buy local chances are it will be organic...or close to it. And not only is buying locally good for the environment, it's also good for your local economy. It's often more expensive but it's worth it in the long run, for you and for you community. I don't like major chain stores because they don't carry local products. Some may though, you might have to ask.

I don't shop at Costco either, I've always viewed it as just another "Wal-Mart" type store, but I'm curious...do they at least support local farmers? Anybody know? :-?


I think organic does matter because they don't pump your food with all the chemicals, additives, pesticides, hormones and other junk.

Costco does not support local farmers as far as I know.


:-° Just b/c something is a chemical doesn't mean that it is necessarily bad.

If I have something that I know is going to be sitting on my shelf for a while I would like some preservatives in it. I'm fairly busy and can't stop by the store to buy what I am going to eat daily. That would be ideal but I get out weekly and it would be wasteful and harmful to the environment to throw out foods that can't last a week. So some preservatives are strictly speaking better for the environment than non-preserved foods for me.

There are also some additives that are helpful the only thing that pops to mind right now is that my Mom needs pectin to make her preserves.

I just don't like the knee-jerk reaction that all chemicals are bad and everything organic is good. "Organic" is such a stupid word for it :-P

Agreed.
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Re: orgasmic

Postby AussieDodger » Wed May 13, 2009 11:59 am

Lol.

It sure is.
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