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January 25, 2008

Shopping Never Was This Fun...!

Shopping Never Was This Fun...!, originally uploaded by govindakai.

In this time when heart disease and cancer rates are at all time highs, when a majority of the humans of this world either don't have enough to eat or eat diets that are mostly bereft of almost all nutrients, there is also a movement of people who are seeking to grow and to eat the highest quality of food that has ever been on this earth.

Today, we found this shop/produce stand that sells only very high quality organic produce and products. The quality of the fruits and vegetables was extraordinary. I have rarely before seen such vibrant and succulent produce. It was almost as if they were grown on some other planet, as they bore little resemblance to much of the conventionally grown produce you see in most supermarkets.

There is nothing like sharing this kind of discovery with special friends and in sharing the joy that comes from caring for ourselves and others in this way. Not to mention the fact that by growing food this way and eating this way that we are helping to heal our planet, which has been devastated by the prolific use of deadly chemicals and the resulting waste and pollution.



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