For example, non-organic sugar has a distinct metallic back-end. It's a cloying flavor that I can only describe as making my teeth scream. Organic sugar, on the other hand, tastes clean and smooth. It's a softer sweetness as well. It has a very light touch on the tongue.
Sugar alcohols feel cold on the tongue, and have that odd metallic flavor. Organic stevia is light like organic sugar, but also has a tendency to be a little bitter. That's just a comparison of sweeteners! Don't even get me started on milk!
Any food that can be made non-organically can be made organically. I do make a few exceptions. Some foods really don't need to be organic, and some holiday recipes just do not turn out correctly with organic ingredients. So, I do make exceptions. I also make exceptions when I go out to eat at a restaurant. I mean, I'm not insane. I just like to eat what tastes good to me, and I figure it's probably healthier as well. It's also better for the soil and environment. Below, is some yummy organic chili with organic chips.
Here are a few tweets about #organic food:
Eat #organic and reduce your exposure to pesticides, hormones and antibiotics. Must we say more? #WildOats pic.twitter.com/wAephq3MWm
— Wild Oats (@wildoats) April 17, 2015
Just started my mini #organic garden box using @MiracleGro organic soil!! pic.twitter.com/tAydaBnUYX
— Deonna (@Be_Delish) April 18, 2015
Build living soil! "How #Regenerative #Organic Agriculture Can Save the Planet:" http://t.co/IrnmEhPh9X @EcoWatch pic.twitter.com/bZRShGsXDE
— Nutiva (@nutiva) April 10, 2015