Organic Cooking

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Organic cooking involves cooking with ingredients that were grown and produced without the use of pesticides. Environmentalists support this type of food because using pesticides to grow crops is harmful to the environment. Organic cooking is practiced in restaurants and homes alike, by cooks of all experience levels. Check MNN's articles below for regular updates on the latest in organic cooking. (Photo: Flickr)

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