Organic? Inorganic? What are they? What are they good for? What about compost?
I love those huge Pinterest worthy kitchens with vertical gardens and windowsills brimming with herbs and spices. So lush it’s almost sexy. I can even smell it. I can even smell those homemade pizzas and Milanese chickens. Today, I am telling you everything you need to know to start growing a few herbs in your kitchen. Plus, I recommend the easiest and most useful species.
In that letter signed by more than 100 Nobel laureates to Greenpeace, the United Nations and the world nations, they were asked to explicitly support genetically modified organisms as the only way to end world hunger. Last week I stepped in muddy terrain and started talking about this issue. This is the second part, with ethics and politics for everyone’s tastes.
Several weeks ago I spent lots of time arguing about the letter signed by more than 100 Nobel laureates. In the letter, they urged Greenpeace and the United Nations to support genetically modified organisms as the only way to put an end to global hunger. I feel the urge to give my opinion about almost everything, so I’m going to talk a bit (well, not a bit, it’s a 2 part post) about GMOs in general and this letter in particular.