Do you eat organic meat?
30 May 09
We have organic meat in our supermarkets and I had it once when I was invited by a vegetarian friend to have a dish that asked for ground meat. I found in awful and said it (we are almost sisters and there was just the family). Her husband seconded my motion. I think vegetarians shoud give food with normal vegetables to people who are not into it. When they come over (very often) I make two dinners: one for her and one for the rest. I´m eating less red meat now that I´m older but only because my body tells me that. But I apretiate a BIG T bone steak once in a while. As for organic, there are all kinds of wonderful dishes wthat do mot require any sort of meat.
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29 May 09
I eat organic as much as I possibly can, although sometimes I can't bring myself to pay the price. To be able to afford organic meat, I eat less meat altogether. It's good both ways, then - I eat less meat, which is good for me, and I can eat organic, which is healthier than non organic. I can't decrease the amount of vegetables and be healthy, but I do grow some of my own and that helps.
28 May 09
Well, i never heard about organic meat, too. I only heard about organic vegetables and food. This is my first time heard about it. I only heard about vegetarian meat, which is made of soya bean. Actually, i like to eat organic food only the price is not cheap, so i unable to eat them everyday. Can share with me, which company produce the organic meat? I would like to buy and give it a try..
28 May 09
organic foods are very common here... i have my own mini vegetable garden, and its organic... i used to take care of chickens and when they are big enough, it is what we use for food, its organic also... they are safe to eat as long as you know where they came from and are sure that they are really organic. ============ "[i]Organic foods are made according to certain production standards. The use of conventional non-organic pesticides, insecticides and herbicides is greatly restricted and avoided as a last resort... If livestock are involved, they must be reared without the routine use of antibiotics and without the use of growth hormones, and generally fed a healthy diet. In most countries, organic produce may not be genetically modified.[/i]" reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organic_food for further reading read the referece