Thank you for answering my parenting questions. So I’ve got more questions into furthering my research into Taiwan. Please bear with me as I go through my motions!
My next question is in regards to the food in Taiwan. Now I lived on the mainland a few years ago teaching english so I’m not unacustomed to going into the local markets to get my food. I’m also aware that there probably isn’t the big agrobuisness’ that are abound in Canada so I will be able to support the local farmer and possibly find organic or close to organic fruits and veggies. Am I correct in this thinking? Will I be able to find more organic like food? I ask this as my partner and I have made a concerted effort to really support the local farmers and to not buy food that is drenched in chemicals and other non-organic materials. What are our chances of continuing this type of lifestyle?
My other question is I know that when I lived in China they used a lot of mushrooms in their cooking. I suspect that with Taiwan being an island that there is more shellfish. Are most of the traditional dishes served with mushrooms or shellfish. I ask this as my partner is allergic to both. Mushrooms you say; I know what a weird allergy to have. It’s not life threatening, and if I ever wanted Mick Jagers lips for the evening I could just feed him some shrimp. I just want to know how much Benydrill I should be packing
Again thank you in advance for answering this pestering newbie’s questions.