Russian cosmonauts have reportedly grown and harvested wheat, peas and greens aboard the International Space Station.
According to a RIA Novosti report:
A variety of crops have been successfully harvested on board the International Space Station and verified as safe to eat, a Russian scientist said Wednesday.
Russian cosmonauts have also grown Japanese leafy greens and a variety of dwarf wheat that has produced seeds of “just extraordinary quality,” …
Yummy! Knowing how dead-set the Russians are against GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) foods, you can bet that those items were grown from non-GMO seeds. Next step for the Russian cosmonauts: Grow rice, tomatoes and bell peppers.
You may read the complete report here.