Russ Parsons on why flavor trumps organic label for him
"I don't believe in organic": LA food writer Russ Parsons argues that people need to get over the idea that "organic" always equals chewing the right thing, whether from an environmental, moral, or taste perspective. "Between pure organics and the reckless use of chemicals, there is a huge gray area, and this is where most farming is done," he says. "Ignoring this means that not only are you being misinformed, but you're also taking your eye off the real mission of supporting small farmers who grow wonderful food." So true — but it does take more work to decide which values of SOLE food are most important to you,and sek them out without the benefit of third-party-certified labels. (Los Angeles Times)
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