I believe that there's some research that shows that, unfortunately, the pesticides do penetrate the skin... though removing the skin is better than not. Typically the safe non-organic foods will be foods with a thick skin, like bananas or oranges.
by Kelly Kline Burnett 7 years ago
I noticed I no longer care for the taste of apples which have long been a staple of my diet. Today I took the time to smell my apple and it smells like a musky all suit of clothing. What is it with apples? Is there a coating that they are not informing of us?HELP! Inquiring...
by Michael Collins aka Lakemoron 5 years ago
This is a strictly a question for non-American so please don’t answer if you are from the US. If you are a resident alien or an expatriate then that is fine (go ahead and answer) Do you think that the United States has become to violent to be safe to travel to? With all the recent shootings...
by rlleon42 5 years ago
Would you buy organic food if it cost the same as non-organic food?
by Earl S. Wynn 7 years ago
What foods are safe to eat even when they are not organically farmed?I know that all food is safe to eat to a certain degree, but are there some foods that it doesn't matter if they're farmed organically? (like, perhaps, coffee?)
by pisean282311 8 years ago
which is biggest source of traffic for you?..organic ones or other sources?
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