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Amaranth has high nutritional value, and the leaves as well as grain can be eaten. Staples such as Oil and Sugar from Sugar Beets, Potatoes, or Peanuts can be grown. Stevia is a sweetner, and Beets have many uses. Cassava is widely and readily grown but has Cyanide cautions. Consider non-traditional plants such as Sun Root Tubers, or the Quandong from Australia, or Pine. Perennials such as Asparagus produce for decades. Wild Rice flourishes in wetlands. Garlic and Pineapple and other plants can be grown from Off-the-Shelf food. Fig Trees can be grown in temperate climates. Certain plants Complement each other, such as Corn/Beans, and others have an Adverse Effect.