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  1. Maggie cruser at |

    Please give a speech on this topic on TED is would reach many people.
    Thank you

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  2. Maggie cruser at |

    Please give a speech on this topic on TED is would each many people.
    Thank you

    Reply
  3. […] question: After watching your TED talk and learning more about GMOs, I’m wondering: Do we stop using canola oil entirely, or just switch to organic, non-gmo […]

  4. Robin H at |

    Thank you for keeping this post up. I have shared portions of it and your website with our local community on Nextdoor.com hoping to explain to my neighborhood citizens voting on Colo prop 105, that GMO is NOT grandpa’s hybrid grapevines.

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  6. […] my hobby horse has become GMOs. Ever since I learned about exploding bug stomachs (admittedly still debated – but I don’t much care, since if there’s even a chance […]

  7. […] Genetically modified foods and your health In a recent cooking class, a student raised his hand and asked: “What is so bad about genetically modified foods?” […]

  8. […] and artificial colors. We know that most of the corn, cottonseed, and soy in this country are now GMOs, and since the box does not bear the Non-GMO Project seal, we must assume these cookies are full of […]

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  10. […] should you care that your cooking oil is GMO? As I’ve been talking about on this blog, and you can see in films such as Genetic Roulette, […]

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