infinitefriend9 saidFrom a health perspective.
Would appreciate a real answer instead of the typical 'one is organic and the other is not'.
Uh, from a "health perspective" or any other perspective, ALL
beans are organic. Organic means that the compound is made up of chemicals based on the Carbon atom, as contrasted "inorganic," all other compounds not so based (such as stainless steel, porcelain, salts, etc.) Thus, all living things-plant or animal-are organic, so whether you should be eating them or not has little to do with their "organicness".
The touchy-feely foodie set misappropriated the term "organic" about 45 years ago or so and started ignorantly calling plants grown where the farmer only pissed on the plant to kill the bugs because that was "natural" as being organic and better for you. Today, we have more than a cottage industry based on this nonsense about some food being non-organic. Hello??? Anyone home upstairs???