This is my first post here. I'm not a gardener at all, but I do believe in the benefits of organics, and buy them when I can afford it. In lieu of that, I try and buy fresh as much as possible. With all this scare about ecoli, however, I'm getting extremely skepticle about purchasing anything fresh from the grocers, even a Whole Foods store (can't afford them right now since I'm out of work). I don't think this thing is isolated to packaged spinach. Remember the green onion thing awhile back at CheChe's? And I recall another brand of salad greens being recalled for ecoli several months ago. We love collard greens and kale, etc., but I think I'll stay away from them also. I know I can't grow those inside, but I'm wondering if it's possible to grow lettuces indoors during the winter. I've looked at some indoor hydroponic systems online, but they seem pretty expensive. Any help or advice would be appreciated.