Below are are the best crops in terms of calorically-dense, ease-togrow and your region. The further north you go, the harder it is to grow your food. Way up north, you obviously don’t see much growing. Hence the meat heavy diet of the Inuit. As you start to come a little further south, you’ll start to see more barley, grain and oat. Once you hit the US, you’ll begin to get turnips, pumpkins, and potatoes. If you’re lucky enough to live in the tropics, you can get a huge variety of staple crops, and fruit that produce year round. What you grow is based on your climate, and how far south you live. Let’s jump in!
Grains are not my favorite. For the amount of work and the amount of space, there’s a lot of effort that goes into it. You have to grow them, shell them, grind them and all the work to thresh them out. Absolute pain. So, unless you’re in a very cold climate, a lot of those small grains don’t make sense. Unless you really want to grow your own and bread and have ample space. Otherwise, the only grain I recommend is…

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