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food self sufficiency chart..didn't know where to put this

 
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http://www.motherearthnews.com/food-self-sufficiency-zl0z13fmzhir.aspx

this is a great tool on food self sufficiency by mother earth news..it lists in alphabetical order the food ..then has links on how to grow, preserve and even recipes for the food..browse thru it and then bookmark it if you think it might be a good source for you..I did
 
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Thank you for sharing there is a lot of information there! Was this in a issue of m.e.n.? I would like to get a hard copy.....
 
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WOW!!!
 
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the link was posted as online info in the front of the new MEN magazine, but this info was NOT in the magazine
 
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