April 2, 2002
In regards to the culinary and genetic realteration of organic foods, the human species has always been the resulting payoff to different dietary changes by the animals they hunted and foraged for in hunting. Granted, nature provided the bounty upon which the humans have existed for over four million years but humans, like their migratory trait, sought to add variation in their food supply and ingestion. You could not live on one variety alone. Despite the fact they kept their community in check from outsiders, they did not let themselves be immune to changes within the world they lived in.