‘Organic, scmanic… I like the taste of pesticides in all of my food, the thought of getting cancer of the colon and intestines helps me eat my GMO corn flakes…and gets me through the day to my soy milk grown in nuclear power plant ash…“
Definition of ORGANIC
archaic : instrumental2
a : of, relating to, or arising in a bodily organ b : affecting the structure of the organism
3a (1) : of, relating to, or derived from living organisms <organic evolution>
(2) : of, relating to, yielding, or involving the use of food produced with the use of feed or fertilizer of plant or animal origin without employment of chemically formulated fertilizers, growth stimulants, antibiotics, or pesticides
<organic farming> <organic produce> b (1) : of, relating to, or containing carbon compounds
(2) : relating to, being, or dealt with by a branch of chemistry concerned with the carbon compounds of living beings and most other carbon compounds
— or·gan·i·cal·ly adverb
— or·ga·nic·i·ty noun
What a concept to have food that has for thousands of years sustained large populations of our species, and quite satisfactory with millions of recipes for countless ways to cook just about anything plant-animal, and sometimes mineral.
Eating Organic means you aren’t eating food that’s been grown through the use of chemical processed pesticides, Herbicides, GMO plants
or anything else funky going on those millions of years managed quite nicely before our rise.
I am a pro nature farmer. She’s had far more time to practice and seems to do far better when I do less.
So as an organic farmer, or natural-pesticide free grower you look to Giaha for assistance be it the garden, or the farm.
Eat Right, Eat Good, Live well.