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Offline3Mshroom
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Re: Is it Organic?
    #12753 - 04/17/00 12:33 AM (23 years, 7 months ago)

Don't know about it being organic or not but I get mine for $1.80/kg in my local supermarket in the bulk section and grind it myself. Never had any problems doing this. I used to get the organic stuff at the health food store but they were out the one time and I tried this and it worked. Have been using the stuff since.

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Re: Is it Organic? [Re: 3Mshroom]
    #12755 - 04/17/00 12:43 PM (23 years, 7 months ago)

If you got a WalMart there, get the Lundberg brand of long grain brown rice, its organic and cheap

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Re: Is it Organic? [Re: 3Mshroom]
    #12756 - 04/17/00 01:49 PM (23 years, 7 months ago)

it doesnt need to be organic, just needs to be brown rice. a few chemicals wont hurt you anyways. If it did have some chems in it your body would only take on about 1/100th of it. It would be much worse to eat the rice then to use it to grow something.


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