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Healthy food trends include organic food choices and local foods. Organic food markets provide a healthy food choice. Share your favorite organic foods; including growing, buying and cooking organic.

The word trends often makes me think of short-lived products, that come and go. However organic food choices have been available for centuries; in fact organic food markets were all that was available hundreds of years ago ... before the industrial age brought pesticides, antibiotics, chemicals and other inputs that were developed to grow bigger, better, and more, food.

Organic food choices are not a short term trend; they need to be a long-term commitment for you, your family and for the environment.

This Site Provides Organic Food Information, such as:

How to grow organic food? How to buy organic food? How to cook organic food? Why organic food is better than commercially grown foods? Why genetically modified foods are a problem; and a risk? And More!


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Your Favorite Organic Food Choices or Information!


What are Your Favorite Organic Food Choices?

Luscious, red ripe strawberries? Deep, dark and rich chocolate? Bright yellow egg yolks? Fragrant and tasty coffee? What's the best tasting organic food that you've ever eaten? Or what organic food recipe is so good, you just have to share it? Or how about some gardening (or farming) tips and techniques for organic produce, dairy and meats?

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Natural Soil Aeration

Soil with a good population of worms in it is a healthy soil. If your existing soil has plenty of worms then you just need to keep them happy while your vegetables grow.

Worms in your soil keep it aerated and maintain a functioning drainage system. Worms are, in effect, tilling your soil.

Worms do not destroy the soil structure or pollute the environment with petrol fumes and residues (as heavy machinery do).

By creating space with their burrowing, worms allow air to circulate, water to drain, and roots to grow.

More on Worms: What do Worms Eat?







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