I'm starting to notice a lot more organic stuff in stores that I normally shop at, at prices that are pretty similar to what I pay for regular stuff.
So, do I pay the ten cents more?
Ok, so this isn't really a TMI post, but it seems like studies show that many fruits and veggies have no real benefit to being organic. I have heard a lot of people saying that they buy organic on stuff that they're going to eat the outside of, like apples, pears, etc. I feel like this is a pretty normal way to go.
I don't have strong organic feelings, but I do feel like from our own yard and with the abilities that we're blessed with, going organic isn't all that hard (btw, I like a lot of people who say their graden is totally organic but fill it with miracle gro soil, and use fertilizer that isn't just organic, in order to be organic the entirety of your garden needs to be plant-based... I do fertilize, but the soil with bone and blood meal, and I do have a small box of organic vegetable fertilizer that I sprinkle a tiny bit on every couple of months during the growign season). Do you guys have strong organic, don't buy organic feelings?
I should say that our lawn is an entirely different story. That thing has enough fertilizer and chemicals to kill a... well, to kill something. Hopefully ants and bugs, and weeds. :)
Now, is dead squirel organic, because I am TIRED of him eating the carrot tops off...