Growing up on a farm in Abbott, Texas, country music super-star Willie Nelson didn’t know how fulfilling the taste of fresh, naturally produced vegetables was until he became a traveling balladeer.“We had organic food and didn’t know it,” Nelson told The New York Times recently in promoting his 22nd annual Farm Aid concert series. “It tasted great, and we had a lot of great tomatoes and potatoes and other vegetables all our own. Then I left home to go on the road, and I couldn’t find that ...

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