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Ironically, the investigators in the current study never got to taste the tomato and enjoy the results of their work. Safety regulations forbid researchers from sampling genetically modified foods until they are certified safe. That may happen in the future, but until then, plant scientists, like the rest of us, will be left to get by on supermarket tomatoes that may look a lot lovelier than the box they came in, but alas, taste pretty much the same.
Originally posted by windword
reply to post by aaaiii
How true! Same with tomatoes. If you want flavor, get the cherry or grape tomatoes. That past times I've purchased "vine ripened" tomatoes that are flavorless, their meat is like sawdust and seeds slimy like orkra! YUK Okra!
Chicken has been a real disappointment as well Unless I buy organic chicken, it comes out stringing, chewy and gamy. It must be the GM corn they're feeding them these days.
Originally posted by Skewed
reply to post by Char-Lee
What is the bleach supposed to do?