As usual, i miei prodi, I am confused and need your help.
I love hazel nuts.
Indeed, I have a hazel nut tree in my garden, but the squirrels get to the nuts before I do.
So I buy my hazel nuts in my local supermarket.
So far, so good.
They offer two hazel nut products, identical to the human eye and taste buds. One is just Hazel Nuts; the other is ORGANIC Hazel Nuts. There is a substantial price difference.
My confusion is this: how can a hazel nut be anything but organic?
Does it mean that if I buy the other kind, they have been manufactured out of some heavily-disguised variant of polyvinylchloride?
The cheaper ones taste good to me, so why should I pay the extra? I am genuinely interested in an answer.