So I’m mak­ing a bet­ter ef­fort to buy more or­gan­ic food­stuffs. I was pret­ty well set in my ways buy­ing from The Basketeria at the WSM but I’ve not been to the mar­ket in quite a while for no re­al rea­son. In any case, through the in­flu­ence of cer­tain var­i­ous peo­ple in my or­bit, I have start­ed shelling out the ex­tra bread for bread with less ex­tras. I’ve al­ready de­ter­mined that buy­ing or­gan­ic fruit juice is a bet­ter deal than the processed stuff. You have to cut it with wa­ter be­cause it it so strong, so I’ll get a gal­lon of juice from a quart of the or­gan­ic stuff. I al­so picked up or­gan­ic milk, which I will make my­self drink be­fore it goes bad be­cause it costs al­most as much as a gal­lon of the pas­teur-ho­mogen-ized stuff. [My in­her­ent cheap­ness nev­er ceas­es to amaze me.] Organic eggs last just as long as reg­u­lar ones [or there­abouts] so I have no wor­ries there. Especially since I got this awe­some brown­ie recipe that re­quires a whole half car­ton of ‘em.

I’m al­so try­ing to get per­mis­sion to use a lo­cal se­mi-privubli­cate com­post. If I can get per­mis­sion I’ll al­most nev­er have to emp­ty my trash again. Plus, pet Drosophila melanogaster. [I love say­ing that].

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  1. Good luck with go­ing or­gan­ic! I know it does cost more cash, but it’s worth it. In the city, every cor­ner deli sells or­gan­ic stuff now. In Cleveland, it’s hard­er. Whole Foods might be your best bet, if you can’t get to the Market.

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