got to get ourselves back to the garden.
The plant lists at my site, while often extensive, are not all inclusive. That is why I have also provided links to databases and other plant information resource sites for you to use when researching a plant you do not find on one of the listings housed at my site. If you live outside of the United States, especially in countries where the produce named in my articles cannot be found and the produce common to other countries is not found in any of my articles or resources (such as the Vegetable & Fruit Names), search through your own country's agricultural and nutritional databases (online or in books) to find nutritional data on the produce you have available to you. Then, you can compare that data with the data found in the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Nutrition Database to compound a diet that provides the same nutrition (not just calcium and phosphorus) as the plants recommended in my articles.
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