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It's so disappointing. Even onions don't taste near the same these days. That's sad what they're doing to our food.

helenS36-40, F
I grow my own onions, and they are as delicious as they've always been! 馃憤馃徑
Matt8536-40, M
Someone sadfaced this hehe
8 billion people. There鈥檚 going to be an agricultural bust soon. There鈥檚 no way food can be produced at a fast enough rate to sustain that many people unless you speed up the process or find ways to preserve food for a long time. Which will probably affect taste/quality.
@MorbidCynic not everyone eats as much as others either
Itll be fin
exexec61-69, C
Stick with Vidalia onions that can only be grown in certain counties in order to be called "Vidalia" onions. I loved them even before they became famous.
@exexec I don't know if we have any here but I'll sure check. Thank you
exexec61-69, C
@LadyGrace They can only be grown in Georgia, but they ship them all over.
FloorGenAdm51-55, M
Yeaah it's very sad 馃槕
JackdanielsA36-40, M
Provably importing from some other country.
JackdanielsA36-40, M
@LadyGrace How do you know that for sure?

Please. They're the same flies I've seen all my life. I'm not worried about what kind of flies they are. I just want to get rid of them.
JackdanielsA36-40, M
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@MorbidCynic 馃槀 I'm not an expert in agriculture and I'm not up to doing all the research but you know we didn't need all those pesticides for hundreds of years and we did just fine.
@LadyGrace for hundreds of years people died in famines. For hundred of years there was less than a billion people on earth. Also, we have new insects that didn鈥檛 exist back then, like spotted latern flies. Invasive bugs that came from other parts of the world that otherwise wouldn鈥檛 have been here.
@MorbidCynic that's very true. I just think we could do better. Thanks for your input on this subject.

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