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WWF and Knorr Future 50 Foods

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Location: Oakland and Twain Harte, CA
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Hi All, first time poster here.

The WWF and Knorr made a list of the Future 50, "50 foods for healthier people and a healthier planet". There were some good plants on here that I had seen only on permies or hadn't heard of at all. I also like to turn things into spreadsheets, so I'll post the link to the pdf as well as a link to my spreadsheet with the same information. Would love to hear people's experiences of growing/eating any of these foods. The spreadsheet is open for anyone with the link to view or comment, so please let me know if I should change something or add something to it.


I have other spreadsheets of plants, specifically a very long one of Yellow Pine Forest ecosystem plants, which can be filtered by size and water/sunlight/soil requirements, whether or not they are edible etc. Let me know if you'd be interested.
They weren't very bright, but they were very, very big. Ad contrast:
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