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Top Edible Plant List

 
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Plants for a future has a top edible plants list:

http://www.pfaf.org/user/cmspage.aspx?pageid=146
 
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I wonder what's their criteria for "top edible plants". Most of those listed I couldn't get to grow in my area.
 
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The list says "top rated for edibility" so maybe they mean these are the tastiest of the edible plants? Many plants are edible but not very palatable.

 
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