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Organic Food by Sedma Organic Food by Sedma
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:iconbeatrixsardonyx:
BeatrixSardonyx Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2015   General Artist
Awesome stamp I say organic food does rock!
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Collettey Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I agree! GMO's are nasty! Ick! :iconickplz:
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AmethystForge Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014
terrific stamp!! :aww:
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Mistikfantasy Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Organic farming forever! =)

Stop pesticides, insecticides, herbicides!

Save biodiversity and your health eating organic food and learn how to cultivate your own plants.

Do not let governments to steal and patent seeds. Seeds are free, we are free!

Remember knowledge is power
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Thinker1988 Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2013
Every food is organic.
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:iconayame18:
ayame18 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I love your work, it's beautifully designed. :heart:
I want to try organic food one day and I hope my family joins me. :la:
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raymondtan85 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Me too!!!
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NatariSaru Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Organic Food FTW!!!
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Verborgen Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2011
:D Aww yea!
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:iconsedma:
Sedma Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2011
:)
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Verborgen Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2011
c:
Also, thanks for the llama! <3

And, Michael Pollan will be giving a lecture at my university later this month. D: So excited for that. x3
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:iconrangergxi:
RangerGxi Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011
[link]

:icontrollestiaplz:

U mad?
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:iconsedma:
Sedma Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011
I'm not :)
Watch this [link] and this [link] Those 2 videos are worth to watch.
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:iconrangergxi:
RangerGxi Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2011
Saw them already
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:iconcocoasaurus:
cocoasaurus Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2011
Zato su pazari tu :P
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diablata Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011  Professional
I support healthy eating.
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:iconsedma:
Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2011
Thanks for your comment, fav and llama :heart:

btw, do you have GMO in your country?
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diablata Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2011  Professional
I did a bit of research and it turns out we do. There's been a develonipment in transgenic plants such as corn, rice and cotton, mainly for commercial use.
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Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2011
Take a look at this graph [link] it's unbelievable :no:
We are still GMO free country :dance:

Russians had some researches with rats. 3rd generation who was feed only with GMO became sterile. Very nice :(
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ShariCampbell Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I SO AGREE.
And I was reading the other comments, which country are you from anyway? :D
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:iconsedma:
Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2011
From Croatia (Europe).

Thank you so much for comments esp for reading other comments :heart: and of course for faving my stamps :hug:
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ShariCampbell Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
:D
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Keyshe54 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2011   Traditional Artist
I so do, clean real food yum.
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:iconsedma:
Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2011
Yesterday I bought first this year tomato at my favorite market salesman. It looks like tomato, smell like tomato and even better... it tastes like real tomato, only because it's organic tomato :dance:
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Deviant-KB Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011
I wish I could afford it. :( It's so expensive where I'm at.
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:iconrangergxi:
RangerGxi Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011
Organic food isn't that much different from "regular?" food.
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:iconsedma:
Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2011
In my country organic food is also more expensive than other but not so much that I couldn't afford it. But at least we don't have GMO fruits and vegetables :dance: Other products with GMO I can always avoid because we have ours enough and I buy only products from my country :nod:
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Deviant-KB Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2011
I shalll move there asap. :D
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Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 16, 2011
It's not everything like in fairy tale, but at least we don't have GMO, we don't have fluor in the water, we have very good education... You wouldn't regret :)
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DeathInTheReaper Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Agreed! It's just so much healthier for us. :)
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RangerGxi Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011
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:iconsedma:
Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2011
Of course it's healthier, that's why Obama signed Food safety modernization act into law so you'll have only GMO in the future. So far, 93 Percent Of Soybeans And 80 Percent Of Corn In The U.S. Grow From Seeds Genetically Modified By Monsanto. I have luck to live in GMO free country :)
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DeathInTheReaper Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Ugh, that's a scary number. D8
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:iconsedma:
Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2011
Yeap, very scary :(
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slowdog294 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2011  Professional General Artist
Being a farmer who uses organic methods, I had to fave this.
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:iconsedma:
Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2011
Thank you :heart:

Btw, can you tell me something about this [link] is it a famous Bill HR 875 about safety food, came from Monanto? What implication will it have to you as a farmer? There are lot of blogs on the net talking about it, about special police who would search for organic food in your backyard, etc.

Maybe my concern about it would sounded strange to you (I live in Croatia, on the other part of the world), but all bad things which happens in USA, come to Europe sooner or later :'(
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slowdog294 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2011  Professional General Artist
You are most welcome, my Lady. :heart::huggle::rose:

Obama can kiss my ass. If he brings his farm police onto my property, they might not come out alive. What I do on my land is my business. I do not grow tainted food. I do not use poison pesticides. I collect rain water and use natural proven methods as old as the Aztecs. And that is another reason I am looking forward to 2012. Obama's tenure will end. My only fear is that someone more ignorant than he is will take office and do further damage to the society in which we live. In the mean time, my green things are growing well...
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Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2011
As I understand, with that law they can enter to your property without any permission. So you're not owner of your property anymore.
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slowdog294 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2011  Professional General Artist
:jedi:

In Tennessee they can meet with disfavour. I live in Hillbilly country. It is unlikely they will come on my land because I am not selling the crops I grow. Thus, they will not meet up with a warning shot to stop trespassers.

My garden is as good as it can be, but there are germs everywhere in the world. Only three percent are harmful to humans. Those of us who grew up in the country are immune to most of them since childhood.

There is always a chance that if you eat something that grew out of the ground and was not cleaned and prepped properly, you can get sick. The odds are small, but it can happen. Good kitchen practice puts you at no risk at the table.

Thus, when folks outside the household question my farming skills while eating of my veggies, I tell them that they are organically grown with great care, and that I cannot be held responsible for any unlikely side effects from consuming them.

So far, nobody has gotten ill or taken to the bad from eating of my bounty. I grow good food, some of the best there is. It's all in the dirt. It all starts with the ground...
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Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2011
On the market where I go to buy food every Saturday, I have a man who has organic vegetables. His food is little bit more expensive but taste is completely different. I cook, I don't buy fast food or frozen finished food. I don't drink juices, coca-cola, fanta... I live in the country where the water is clear, you don't have to buy water in the bottles for drinking. So far, so good :)
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slowdog294 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2011  Professional General Artist
The extra cost of food grown without poisons is worth the price. A travesty it is to charge more, when production costs less. It is harder to farm the crop, labor wise...

Everything you put in the dirt and on your plants eventually winds up in your dinner plate. My garden is treated with three things, all organic, all harmless to humans.

1. Pepper spray - made from the oil of the Bolivian Chili Pepper, this keeps the rodents out of my garden, like an invisible fence.

2. Dipel Dust - this is white talcum powder infused with a bacterium that interferes with the digestion of parasitic insect larvae.

3. Miracle Gro Tomato Food. This is common Uric Acid with other organic salts that plants need in order to grow strong and healthy.

I also plant specimens in the garden that act as attractors for the creatures I want in there and repellents for those I do not, thus avoiding the need for chemicals that do these things.

1. Periwinkles - attract butterflies and bees who aid in pollination.

2. Portigonias - attract bees, repel gnats and mosquitoes.

3. Yellow and Orange Marigolds - repel slugs, attract butterflies.

I have had to resort to tapping water lately because there has been no rain. East Tennessee is in a state of drought. Thus, I had to install a water caddy consisting of 175 feet of heavy duty garden hose and a nine-way sprayer head. It takes abut 100 gallons of water each day to keep my garden healthy.
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thebonniescott Featured By Owner May 26, 2011
Most definitely! Processed food is oftentimes disgusting, (though sometimes tasty) & this stamp is awesome. c: If only more people would use this instead of injecting cows with hormones and giving little kids the e.coli virus. :c
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RangerGxi Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2011
.... Seriously...

[link]
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:iconsedma:
Sedma Featured By Owner May 28, 2011
I completely agree with you. I have luck, I live in GMO free country (for now).

Btw, have you ever watched a movie Food Inc.?
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:iconthebonniescott:
thebonniescott Featured By Owner May 31, 2011
That's awesome. Living in America, there is no choice!

Yes, I love that movie. I have watched it more than once. Scary stuff, since the government is full of employees that are also associated with Monsonto
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Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2011
Have you watched The world according to Monsanto? Really scary movie.

I know that living in America leaves you no choice. Lot of young people from my country wants to go to USA, they simply don't understand how good is here :(

Btw, can you tell me anything about this [link] ? What does that mean, will you be still able to grow your own organic food in the backyard? I found lot of blogs about Bill 875 (which I think is that what Obama signed) and I've read only bad things about it. Everything that happens in USA, sooner or later, comes to Europe. For instance, Canada wanted to forbid natural health products. I think they haven't yet, but Europe has, month ago. I only hope that our government won't (at least until we join Europe, which I honestly hope will be never :D).

I'm glad that there are still people who thinks with their own heads like you :nod:
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thebonniescott Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2011
No, but I shall watch it soon! Looks interesting. Scary, for sure.
What country do you live in, if you don't mind me asking? :aww:
No, I have heard nothing about it until now. I have no idea what laws are being passed in my own country. :ohmygod:
aw, thanks! you too! I wish people wouldn't let themselves be victims of ignorance so easily
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Sedma Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2011
I can send you links for few more interesting movies if you wish.

Of course I don't mind, it's written on my profile page :) I live in Croatia :D
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thebonniescott Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2011
that would be wonderful! "nod:
Sorry ^^; That sounds like a wonderful place
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akatsukicrazy Featured By Owner May 26, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
so do i XD
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