Not long ago, I shared a post about my concerns about pesticides and an increasing desire to buy more organic foods. Unfortunately, the cost of organically grown foods can be high and out of reach for many of us – Randy and I included. Thus, I devised a plan to shop for organic foods that would fit into our budget.
In the past few days, I've been sharing my thoughts and asking a lot of questions about high fructose corn syrup and genetically modified foods. Considering this and the heavy use of pesticides, hormones, and mistreatment of animals, I’ve been slowly shopping for organic foods more. I have to admit though, it’s a daunting thought – the want and need to shop for organic foods on our food budget.
If you’re looking for the fastest way to curb your fast food or junk cravings, watch Food, Inc. You’ll lose your appetite for a cheeseburger in a fast hurry!
Let me treat you to a preview: Did you know that 70% of our hamburger contains a “meat filler” product cleansed with ammonia? Thank BPI for this! The manufacturer boasts that he hopes to soon have his treated filler in 100% of our nation’s beef! Sounds appetizing yes? Please, try not to lose your lunch…