That's the best quality control, for sure. If you cannot grow everything then seek a local product that you can verify as organic.you've got to be kidding!
unreal. grow your own!!!!
There is one ingredient that your grandmother used that you can't duplicate, her love.I have two markets within walkin' distance of my work, and, in the summer time I will walk over and get fresh vegies. The year 'round weekend farmer's market (Crossroads) is another one that I will goto for fresh baking, meat, vegies, etc.
With Easter comin' up, I can go and purchase my fill of Paska-bread (literal translation, EasterBread). Its almost as good as my grandma's paska, but, with her being buried, she can't make it for me anymore, and, I haven't found out who got all her recipes. The recipes that I have tried never seem to be right either ...
I was referring to the actual clip. The were treating organic and local as synonyms.No, you are right it isn't, but I did say seek a local product that you can verify is organic. In the communities I have and do live in there are local farms you can visit and see how they conduct their farming techniques. I am happy to say that there are a lot of small farms (relative to corporate farms) that are very straightforward in their practices and are willing to share their process with the consumer.
Empirical evidence trumps a label any day of the week.