One of my favourite breakfasts is mashed bananas on toast. Add some peanut butter, and you have a feast.
I generally buy organic bananas because I would rather compromise on the clothes I wear than the food I eat. Besides, they only cost about .30c more per lb. and the farmers who plant them and the land they are planted in, suffer less. And, they aren't poisoning the soil for the generations to come.
Isn't it interesting that the farming methods that were done for decades has now to be called 'organic farming', whereas farming using chemicals is considered the 'normal' way. Shouldn't it be the other way around? i.e. 'organic' farming being called plain old farming, and farmers who use high amounts of chemicals be called 'chemical farmers'?
But it seems our minds can be so easily turned. In the medical industry, for instance, we are brainwashed to accept brand new and even untested chemical pills and toxic drugs as 'normal', but plants and herbs that have been used for generations are now called 'alternative' medicine.