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Can We Buy Vegetables With No Pesticides? Go Organic

Our modern world with instant communication and easy transportation enabled us to eat and buy vegetables and fruits from all over the world. That often means that we do not know what we are eating. We are talking about the fertilizers, insecticides and pesticides widely used in agricultural industry to feed the fast growing humanity. We in Singapore are not exceptions. We also use dangerous chemical in fruit and vegetable production, although at least the government has strict control on what is used and how much of it. Unfortunately, some fruits and vegetables need much more chemicals to grow big,...

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Creamy Potato Soup with Leeks and Thyme

  Organic food recipes - delicious and healthyOrganic food is produced without use of artificial chemicals, hormones, irradiation or genetically modified organisms. Because it has no chemical residue and has been grown in a healthy, wholesome way, the dishes created with organic food are by far more delicious than those made by regularly grown produce. Try few of them and see for yourself. The recipes are from different chefs who were generous to share them with other organic food enthusiasts. Enjoy. Creamy Potato Soup with Leeks and ThymeIngredients: 2 Tablespoons unsalted butter1 medium leek, thinly sliced1 small onion, minced1 Tablespoon...

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Are Your Organic Fruits And Vegetables Really Organic?

Organic market in Singapore is still in its infancy. Most organic food consumers are expats and middle and upper class Singaporeans who lived or studied abroad and were exposed to the value of the organic food. The country is too small to produce much of its own organic food, so the consumers depend on the imports. Fresh organic food – organic fruits and vegetables - mostly comes from Australia and New Zealand, but some of it comes from other countries in the region: Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and China. When the organic food comes to the Singapore stores, it is supposed...

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