Name me some delicious organic food?
Topic: Name me some delicious organic food?
June 17, 2019 / By Elwood Question:
I'm looking for organic recopies that are delicious and profitable for a small business, probably within only 1 or 2 employees. I'm very new to this field, and I need your opinions on what are some of the most delicious organic food you can think of.
Best Answers: Name me some delicious organic food?
Clemmie | 2 days ago
I am an avid buyer of organic food.
Apart from meat and fruit I honestly don't taste a difference but I do it for ethical reasons. You need to seduce people with organic food, away from the nut loaf image. My best way for this is normal food, just using organic ingredients. And who can resist an organic brownie? Or an apple pie where the apples actually taste of apples. Or a bacon sandwich with unbelievable flavour?
Stay as simple as you can
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Originally Answered: What would be a delicious, but easy food to prepare for me and my boyfriend?
lemon roasted chicken is very easy to make and yummy..
love it very much.
• zest and juice of 1 lemon
• 1 clove of garlic, peeled
• a small pinch of mixed dried herbs
• 35ml olive oil
• sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
• 5 whole chicken legs, preferably free-range or organic
i learnd to do it from http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/meat-recipes/lemon-roasted-chicken-with-sweet-tomato
There's not going to be a different in taste with organic food compared to ones that use chemicals, unless you're talking about tomatoes that aren't vine ripened and are sprayed with a chemical to look red. All organic really means, is that it's not gonna be grown using chemicals or pesticides, thus making it better/healthier for you to eat. Think about it. They both need sun, water, soil and seeds to grow... slapping a sticker that says "organic" and higher price tag isn't going to change the flavor.
In that sense, you can make whatever you would make with "non-organic" food, the same way you would with organic food.
Just know, that if you're not growing your own veggies, then be prepared to charge more for your food, because it will cost you more to buy.
Meat is gonna be different though, because they pump cows, pigs and chickens full of steroids, which will change the flavor... also, they abuse the animals and make them sit in cages and whatnot.
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all foods available that is not organic is pretty much available in organic form as well. Organic just means it was raised without pesticides, herbicides, hormones etc.
Other than that, it is normal food. There would be no need for a special recipe for organic food. I have never heard of organic recipes as opposed to regular recipes. There is no need for such.
Go to your local grocery store and buy some organic produce and sample it. Compare it to a regular identical product. There is not much taste difference at all. Organic is suppose to be better for you and while that may be true, I doubt anyone can tell the difference between organic and not organic by taste alone.
I grew my own organic veggies for years and while the home grown were more tasty, it had nothing to do with organic. Store veggies are bred to handle long bouncy trips in a truck and being man handled by machines instead of hand picked so taste is often sacrificed for sturdiness in plant breeding.
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Anything can be organic. That just means no chemicals were used during the growing process. You can make recipe organic as long as the ingredients are organic
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Hummus Mediterreanean platter
Curry Tofu Scramble
Walnut Patties with sprouts
Roasted red peppers stuffed
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Originally Answered: How do I cook healthy, delicious food at a low price?
First off I also have her wonderful cook book but haven't had the chance to go through it thoroughly. Now since I am extremely conscious of spending too much money on things that are healthy & prepackaged, I can honestly say that meals will be cheaper & more healthy if prepared by hand. Ok the best advice I have for you is to look at an isle of pre-made meals that are low cal (example lean cuisines) then see what they are made of. One is a fabulous chicken breast that you can make (or buy a bunch frozen to save you time & money perhaps) and then you can kick it up a notch...for example make a tropical fruit salsa on top...chop some tomatoes, pineapple, apples etc that you might find at a local outdoor food market. This is just one meal example of a cheap yet, very flavorful, and healthy (lean protein & fruit are always great) culinary delight! Enjoy :)