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 How does the taste of organic vegetables compare to conventionally grown vegetables?

Answer Statistically speaking on a variety of tests the results have always shown that in double blind experiments 71% of organic shoppers preferred the taste of Conventionally grown Tomatoes, 80% guessed... Read More »
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Are frozen or tinned vegetables, ANY less healthy, or benificial than fresh vegetables?

Hi Dr. Gonzo! Fresh vegetables are ALWAY the healthiest. Processed food lose some of their nutrients. Processed includes but not limited to cooked, frozen, canned, and growned. While fresh vegetabl... Read More »
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Vegetables growers : have any of your vegetables ever starred in a TV drama?

No, but I did have a pumpkin grow in the middle of a chain link fence. It grew around it, and looked all lumpy and weird. I submitted it to the TV show "America's Funniest Vegetables", but they s... Read More »
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Do vegetables grown in the city absorb pollution and are these vegetables as healthy and safe as those grown in the country?

As you might expect, opinions on this issue differ among experts. Plants definitely do absorb all sorts of chemicals from the air (primarily carbon dioxide!), but the chemistry of the conduction ch... Read More »
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Can pickles go bad?

The general rule for pickles is once opened they need to be refrigerated. They say that they keep for 1-2 months in the fridge or 1 year if they have never been opened. I suggest you buy some new p... Read More »
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