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[Loblaws] Insanely hot! 4lb Flat of Tomatoes on the Vine YOW YMMV

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[Loblaws] Insanely hot! 4lb Flat of Tomatoes on the Vine YOW YMMV

Unexpected crazy find at Robertson locale. A couple pallets worth left of these - beautiful quality. Bought 3 flats: unexpected tomato sauce making coming up tomorrow. Will slice up one for a delicious BLT too! Face With Tears Of Joy

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Probably a huge ymmv, store blowout price most likely. Good luck to all
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If it's not organic I'm not interested. (or grown in a greenhouse).

Thus, this isn't hot.
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angryaudifanatic wrote: If it's not organic I'm not interested. (or grown in a greenhouse).

Thus, this isn't hot.
you must be a hit at parties
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that would make a lot of tomato sauce. And only 1 location has this:?
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angryaudifanatic wrote: If it's not organic I'm not interested.
This is totally me except without the "not" in there.
I'm cheap.
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Seconded, which Loblaws in Ottawa?
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angryaudifanatic wrote: If it's not organic I'm not interested. (or grown in a greenhouse).

Thus, this isn't hot.
Unless you've grown it yourself, only then you can guarantee it's organic. I've read an article somewhere or a video on youtube, they said that the organic food might not be organic 50% of the time. It could just be labeled organic to justify charging a higher price to the consumer, when you could really be eating the normal GMO version. There's no way to prove it, except that you've been had and you're a little lighter on the wallet.
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Allen84 wrote: Unless you've grown it yourself, only then you can guarantee it's organic. I've read an article somewhere or a video on youtube, they said that the organic food might not be organic 50% of the time. It could just be labeled organic to justify charging a higher price to the consumer, when you could really be eating the normal GMO version. There's no way to prove it, except that you've been had and you're a little lighter on the wallet.
Even grown yourself, what seeds are you using, no? It may be pesticide free, but seeds from GMO would continue with that strain as well. I also buy inorganic for my non-hunter gatherer lifestyle.

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