- Posted By Gnostic
- Rumor Mill News
- This is one for the Books...
- My wife and I went shopping yesterday and I bought these
wonderful looking apples. They were called Breaburn Apples. Well tonight
I took my first bite and was I in for a shock of my life...
- The apples tasted fine but had a horrible odor to them
from the meat of the apple... I mean absolute stringent odor... I immediately
recognized the smell, it was petroleum oil... Even as I write this the
petroleum is in my mouth and somewhat burning my throat, and yet the part
of the apple I ate, tasted fine...
- I looked at my wife and said, I have to wonder if these
apples were grown near the Gulf via that terrible oil spill, so I checked
into Breaburn and sure enough they are grown off the Bayou of Houston Texas...
- One only has to wonder how many other food products were
tainted like this via this horrible spill. I am going to go to our local
grocery store tomorrow and warn them of this, it is absolutely disgusting...
not to mention dangerous and deadly...
- Be forewarned
- Mary Sparrowdancer
- This is why I have been urging people to grow ALL of
their own fruit in their own yards, or at least in pots and tubs if they
don't have yards, or have local people with yards grow food locally. Grow
your own apples, grow your own fruit - and I would suggest acquiring a
taste for bitter fruit such as black currants and gooseberries, which were
outlawed in the US shortly after gov't/chemical workers discovered the
truth about vitamin C in the early 1900s. Both Currants and Gooseberries
have exceptional levels of natural vitamin C - the chemical version of
C does not.