Poll: Do you like organic foods?
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View poll results: Do you like organic foods?
Yes
26 62%
No
5 12%
Penis
11 26%
Voters: 42.
#1
When I mean organic foods, I dont mean vegan or Kosher or anything like that. Just nothing processed.

So Pit, do you?

Personally I like a lot of organic stuff. I like soymilk, most whole wheat products, and wheatgrass to start off.
Buuut I still eat McDonalds like a pig. hahah.

EDIT: Free-Range foods too!
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#2
organic foods usually taste even worse than processed foods, because half of the time they're trying to recreate the taste of processed foods with organic ingredients.

but hell yeah, pass that salad with goat's cheese and olive oil over!

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#3
No. They're overpriced and has no life span. There's a Whole Foods right across from my house and I still do buy cereal and small stuff from there, but that's about it. They're not really worth the money.

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#5
oh wait, are organic foods those "we treat our cows and chickens with dignity, you're eating a happy cow!" bullcrap hippy stuff?

if yes, then **** it. way to expensive.

but if you mean normal vegetables and wholegrain bread and stuff, then hell yeah.
#6
I only eat whole foods.
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#7
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oh wait, are organic foods those "we treat our cows and chickens with dignity, you're eating a happy cow!" bullcrap hippy stuff?

if yes, then **** it. way to expensive.

but if you mean normal vegetables and wholegrain bread and stuff, then hell yeah.


Either or. I do eat both 'happy beef' and wheat buns when I have a burger, so sure.
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#8
Organic stuff is too expensive. I like my sliced processed cheese product just fine, thank you very much.
#10
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oh wait, are organic foods those "we treat our cows and chickens with dignity, you're eating a happy cow!" bullcrap hippy stuff?



That's 'free range' not 'organic'.


Processed food can be organic. Organic means there was no artificial fertilizers or pesticides used in the growing process. It does taste nicer but most of the time isn't worth the increased price.
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#12
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That's 'free range' not 'organic'.


Processed food can be organic. Organic means there was no artificial fertilizers or pesticides used in the growing process. It does taste nicer but most of the time isn't worth the increased price.


Ohh crap. Thats what I meant

*edits original post*

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#13
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That's 'free range' not 'organic'.


Processed food can be organic. Organic means there was no artificial fertilizers or pesticides used in the growing process. It does taste nicer but most of the time isn't worth the increased price.



oooh okay. Here in Germany it's all called "Bio"-food, so I wasn't sure what organic food exactly was.


anyways, I say if I don't die after eating something, I'll be able to eat it again.
#14
Depends on where you buy it from. We don't have Whole Foods here, all of the organic stores are small places and depending on the neighborhood it's often cheaper/better than the bigger grocery store chains. And I buy all my veggies from a farmer's market, depending on the season, in the winter a lot of the stuff in the stores is just stuff shipped up from the US so it's often times a lot less natural and tastes worse but we don't have much of a choice when everything's frozen over.
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well that's very good. a young man your age needs to eat wholesome meals to grow big and strong!
#17
I've noticed that some free-range chicken at least seems to taste better than battery farmed. But maybe I'm just kidding myself to justify having paid 3 times as much for it.
#18
Fresh food in the UK is generally terrible regardless if its organic or normal. Even 20 years ago fruit and veg were a lot fresher and tastier. Greens here arent too bad but tomatos and stuff are tasteless. Theres an italian import shop near me and that stuff is lovely. I always enjoy going abroad to eat better stuff.
#20
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well that's very good. a young man your age needs to eat wholesome meals to grow big and strong!

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#21
I love organic food. It's all my mom has ever bought cause my parents are dirty old hippies.
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