What's your take on heirloom tomatoes?

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    Re: What's your take on heirloom tomatoes?

    Thanks, plasko, for your thoughtful post. My aunt is a nutritional specialist (and doctor of chiropractic); she's never called it an allergy, but a more general "reaction." I'm thinking an allergist doesnt have gm foods on the radar because they tend to not cause actual allergic reactions, although, the documentary did cite asthma issues. None of the stumped specialists have recommended that dh see an allergist because he's not presenting with allergic type reactions. You're right, of course, that one person isn't going to react to every GM food, allergy or not. She's seen in her practice that if people are having issues like his it's usally due to GM wheat, corn, and soy. Wheat and corn are definite, obvious cause-effect foods for him. Soy, though, I don't know because we don't really eat it, anyway, since I cook the vast amount of the food he eats. The natural pesticides might be a culprit, but the ones we use on our garden don't seem to bother him. We use organic neem oil, mostly. Thanks, again, for the cool chat.
     
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    Looks like bdc made its change, and my response was lost, but, hey, I have flash buttons at my disposal on my iPad!  

    Anyway, plasko, I thanked you for your thoughtful addition to our conversation, but I crepeal eat everything I said, now...later.
     
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    Re: What's your take on heirloom tomatoes?

    best eating raw
     
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    Crapeal eat??  I thought I typed "can't repeat"
     
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    Re: What's your take on heirloom tomatoes?

    Of course big fat juicy tomatoes, fresh from the garden usually taste better,  but most of us just buy what we can afford and learn to like it!   Genetically modified food,  who has time to worry about that?
     

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