macgeek2005 said:This was a random idea I got, but since I was raised on all organic food, I was wondering what kind of poll results i'd get on this.
jdechko on 6.29.06 said:I do for some things, and not for others. Milk, eggs and produce I usually try to buy organic. My wife really likes the eggs a lot more, and I think the milk tastes better (though I hate the 5-6 day "shelf"-life of the milk). Other things like granola, which we don't buy much of anyway, I'll try to buy organic. I've started trying to buy organic meat (beef and chicken) when possible.
Your statement was:macgeek2005 said:Of course everyone eats some non-organic food sometimes. To vote "I eat Organic food" doesn't mean you've never taken a bite of anything that isn't organic. It just means that basically, when you buy food, you buy organic.
Does "all" not mean "all?"I was raised on all organic food.
That's funny. I just read something about how Horizon organic milk may not necessarily be organic--and in some cases has been known to be contaminated. I guess that happens with both organic and non-organic. Caveat emptor.Ed H said:I think that marketers and sales people all over the world rejoice over finding this word "organic" and adding it to their items as it allows them to sell it for 5-20x the more than what they could if it wasnt labeled organic. Yay for sheep and lemmings!