> I shop organic all the time, yes it is more expensive, and
> you may need to change your lifestyle to afford the best.
...and you'll have to change your standards for "best" to
include dirty, shriveled, unappealing produce with bugs
and high levels of minimally-tested "natural" fertilizers
and pest control agents.
Give me a nice juicy, plump, ripe, hydroponic greenhouse-
grown genetically engineered tomato any time. And it's
probably more healthful anyway. "Organic" food is just
a consumer scam like premium gasoline--an excuse to charge
more for a product that doesn't have any benefits.
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