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UnMeilleurReve
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It seems that we'll have a lot of veggies with us, so the things we're going to be short on are B-12, iron, omega 3 (which can be gained from flax), protein, and possibly potassium. Potassium solves a lot of problems in the body. Iron will prevent anemia (and B-12 processes iron).

Also, if we do potatoes, we should have a HIGH calorie content.
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potatoes grow very densley, and i think that was zeeranks' math

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http://www.nutritiondata.com/
There's the nutritional information.  I was writing up the info but then I decided it was just easier to post the website.  It has really thorough nutritional information on every thing.

Now I'll start looking into Yeilds.
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Hey, not sure if anyone's mentioned this as I haven't had the time to check in, but I found this interesting article on "heirloom" plants. They're old plants that are hardier and more resistant to, say, pests and the like, making our jobs easier. Apparently they're still edible. Not much time to read but...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heirloom_plant

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where are we gonna get water. not only for ourselves but for the plants?

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Ground water. Well and or well-pump.
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& rain gathering


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