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RE: Re: tomato woes

Ya know Jesse.. you are correct about what is in the food we eat.

Years ago, I grew all my own veggies and froze/canned them for the off
season. My uncle raised cows, pigs and chickens for both our families.

I was never healthier than... didn't even get a cold!

Now, with limited veggie growing room and my uncle has passed on and the
farm sold.... well, get sick every darn year! (some worse than others)


> I'm trying to MAKE time for the things that are important to
> me....eating food that is not treated with chemicals for one thing. I
> KNOW what goes on my veggies...water and sunshine. The end. And..a
> for pickles started this whole thing.

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