Does your camp food resemble your normal home fare? - Page 8 - Fiberglass RV


View Poll Results: How closely is your road food to your normal menu?
Nearly the same menu as at home 20 23.53%
Minor changes for RV cooking method & storage 59 69.41%
Major changes because of road challenges 5 5.88%
We eat out all the time anyway so it's all good 1 1.18%
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Old 01-11-2018, 06:44 AM   #99
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Regarding organic, there is good reason to be weary of pesticides. I wish I could trust that food labeled as organic is truly not exposed to pesticides. But we are at the mercy of the growers honesty. If I was sure that all organic products are labeled correctly, I would spend the extra bucks for these products.
I buy organic because most of the time it has more and better flavor than the regular stuff. Try buying regular celery and organic and do a taste test. Pretty much the only time the regular tastes about the same is when it is locally grown and farm fresh.

The other one is chicken. Buy a regular brand and compare it to the free range organic. I find the free range organic tastes like chicken from when I was a kid. The regular stuff tastes rancid.

Oh and don't get me started on chicken livers. Liver should not be a yellowish green color!
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I buy organic because most of the time it has more and better flavor than the regular stuff. Try buying regular celery and organic and do a taste test. Pretty much the only time the regular tastes about the same is when it is locally grown and farm fresh.

The other one is chicken. Buy a regular brand and compare it to the free range organic. I find the free range organic tastes like chicken from when I was a kid. The regular stuff tastes rancid.

Oh and don't get me started on chicken livers. Liver should not be a yellowish green color!
Good idea Alex, I will add organic veggies & chicken to our shopping list & conduct taste tests with my husband.
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