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Genetically Modified Food (LOLWUT strawberries inside)

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i was pretty hesitant to eat these. i half expected them to grow teeth.

 

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stories/facts about genetic food? opinions?

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those are pretty trife. Especially the one on the far right... when iwas younger i always though that was how scrawberries looked until i saw them grown naturally.

boy was that a let down.

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Strawberries are awesome.

 

Do you eat the green leaf bit? I got a friend that does, and I think it's not normal.

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they were good. sweet rather than bitter. the green leaves were fucking huuuuge.

 

i remember when i was younger eating strawberries the leaves was tiny.

 

and i do agree, eating the leaves is odd

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those look tasty

 

aren't heirloom tomato's considered genetically modified? i could be wrong on this but they are the hype nowadays.

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those look tasty

 

aren't heirloom tomato's considered genetically modified? i could be wrong on this but they are the hype nowadays.

 

 

heirlooms are 100's of years old and non gmo.

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heirlooms are 100's of years old and non gmo.

 

correct, but arent they the result of tampering with the genes to create this variety? like inbreeding, cross breeding, and other manipulations? please correct me if im wrong but the way i see them they are genetically modified. is that correct or am i just on a trail of fail?

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oooh i got some heirlooms in teh gardan still green. Heirloom=OG tomatos

 

Strawberries seem to lose they flavor too quick. Fresh off the plant they

are magical. Throw them in the fridge overnight they are just so so

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Swindle you need more calcium in your diet, i can tell by your finger nails.

 

i'm lactose intolerant. i try to drink as much goats milk as i can :o

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I ate goats cheese at this girls dinner party, yeah i went to a dinner party, WHAT?

 

It tasted fucking gross and i think it did not mix well with the wine and i vomited.

 

 

Then i drank beer.

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i hate fucking smelly cheeses especially not coupled with wine. gaurenteed throw up right there.

 

Strawberries are the shit though. I was suprised how small they are when grown naturally, good looks scientists.

 

I remember reading some article where just for the fuck of it these guys made some strawberries that were like as big as an egg plant ill try to find it

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correct, but arent they the result of tampering with the genes to create this variety? like inbreeding, cross breeding, and other manipulations? please correct me if im wrong but the way i see them they are genetically modified. is that correct or am i just on a trail of fail?

 

 

 

Well, natural mutations do occur throughout nature. I suppose you're right in that aspect.

GMO's are different. When GMO's are created, different unnatural things happen to plants.

 

Nowdays, they can (and have) put HIV into corn (pharmaceutical company), added insect genes to veggies/fruit, etc. All of that fucking around can have devastating effects which we have not even begun to see.

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^ real?

 

 

I ate goats cheese at this girls dinner party, yeah i went to a dinner party, WHAT?

 

It tasted fucking gross and i think it did not mix well with the wine and i vomited.

 

 

Then i drank beer.

 

yeah i know whatcha mean it has a mean after taste. not a good combo with wine, especially red.

 

the milk tastes just like cows milk but the goaty after taste is much fainter than the cheese. beats getting a migraine every time i have something with dairy in it.

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Well, natural mutations do occur throughout nature. I suppose you're right in that aspect.

GMO's are different. When GMO's are created, different unnatural things happen to plants.

 

Nowdays, they can (and have) put HIV into corn (pharmaceutical company), added insect genes to veggies/fruit, etc. All of that fucking around can have devastating effects which we have not even begun to see.

 

ok i see it clearer now as in gmo's, which the genetic material has been altered in a way that does not occur naturally or plants that have had genes implanted to improve their performance by making them resistant to certain pesticides, diseases, or insects.

 

i was seeing it more as a "genetically modified organism" which is a pretty bland view.

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Hiv corn WTF!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

should i glad wrap my toungue now?

 

 

Just don't fuck dirty corn and you'll be fine.

Clean corn goes to church. Remember that.

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ok i see it clearer now as in gmo's, which the genetic material has been altered in a way that does not occur naturally or plants that have had genes implanted to improve their performance by making them resistant to certain pesticides, diseases, or insects.

 

i was seeing it more as a "genetically modified organism" which is a pretty bland view.

 

 

Now you've got it.

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E already had this thread

 

50 mil dropped the knowledge on genetically modified foi gras , and she knows a lot about it because her grandma worked at a university 30 years ago and she talks about it at work a lot when she's stocking cans of soup and cleaning up spills on isle 9

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