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I keep forgetting about the taste!!!

I was surprised by the answers my CSA patrons gave to a university survey about why they were participating in my CSA. They said it was for the taste. I always eat my stuff, and rarely eat anything from the grocery store, so I was shocked. I shouldn't have been. Local food just plain old tastes better and fresher. I was advertising "chemical free", and not a single person mentioned that on the survey. They were about the taste, the freshness, etc...

The local eggs I get that are raised in a food forest are fantastic tasting, and full of vitality....  The local melons are sizzling with flavor and aroma.

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apparently. I forget about the flavor too!  could we also say "quality"?
I miss the old days when I would think up a sinister scheme for world domination and you would show a little emotional support. So just look at this tiny ad:
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