Buying organics is a must for me and my family. Therefore, we have all developed a pretty good sense of taste for things that have junk in them, preservatives (I realize that's not an organic issue) or have been sprayed with anything. Sometimes when I buy strawberries or grapes that are labeled organic, I swear I can taste spray on them. I was wondering if it is perhaps a little field dust that I didn't completely clean off the fruit, or is it possible that I've bought a phony organic? I don't trust very many food manufacturers; I'm a very jaded consumer because I know way too much about all the crap that is added to foods that are then specifically marketed to children. It's unconscionable! Any thoughts on this?
PS My ds asked me to buy him goldfish crackers the other day; I said, "no, they have msg." He said, "But they taste so good in my mouth for five minutes!" I told him he will thank me when he's a healthy old man. He was unconvinced, but good natured about it.