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What's your favorite SFG food crop?

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Post  timwardell 4/30/2010, 10:46 pm

Here's a little poll for my fellow SFG'ers.
Sorry, if your favorite isn't on the list. I was only allowed to enter 10 items and entered the first 10 I thought of so this is hardly scientific research. Very Happy

You can only select 1 from the list so make sure you really, REALLY love it! Laughing
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Post  chocolatepop 4/30/2010, 10:53 pm

Like favorite crop to grow or favorite crop to eat? Survey Says... Icon_lol
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Post  Retired Member 1 5/1/2010, 8:13 am

This is NOT a fair survey! We should be able to pick three favourites -- tomatoes, squash, and beans. That's really all anyone needs. Survey Says... Icon_sunny
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Post  martha 5/1/2010, 1:03 pm

mine was a no-brainer - I love so many of them, but if I ever had to pick just one, it would be tomatoes! (oops - were results supposed to be kept confidential?)
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Post  nancy 5/1/2010, 3:03 pm

it's too early to say. ask us again in the fall. i don't have anything except early spring stuff in so far. Survey Says... Icon_smile
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Post  Odd Duck 5/3/2010, 6:34 pm

I love strawberries, so there is no way I have enough room to keep me in strawberries all year.

I LOVE fresh peas straight out of the garden. They rarely make it into a pan. I just eat them standing right there beside the vine, or sometimes I'll actually wash the snap peas and snow peas and put them in a salad. I will be doing even more peas this fall and in future years. And did I mention that I HATE canned peas and frozen peas are a little borderline for me. They just don't have that sweet pop that you get from fresh peas.

And there really should be "melons" on that list. I've been getting into the mini-melons that are just 1-2 servings. Mmmm, mmmm, good. I grew Charentais and Sugar Baby last year and I have 8 different kinds of melon this year (I think I went a little overboard Survey Says... Icon_redface ).

Charentais taste like an extra sweet cantelope, but they are only 2-3 pounds. Just right to split with my hubby. The other varieties I got are all minis of assorted types. I'll let you know what's good once I get some! Survey Says... Icon_smile
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