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 What fruit or vegetables grow in Ireland?

Answer Irish agriculture is primarily a grass-based industry (i.e. silage, hay, and pasture). However, if the question is not based on industry and more on what can be grown in Ireland then when it comes... Read More »
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How Much Soil Do Vegetables & Fruit Need to Grow?

The amount of soil necessary for your fruits and vegetables depends on the type of plant and style of garden you are growing. Shallow-root crops are easily grown in a few inches of soil or small co... Read More »
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I don't really like fruit. Are there any vegetables I can eat to replace the nutrients in fruit?

Well a tomatoe is a fruit but it tastes like a vegetable. How about cucomber,potatoe,peppers,etc. Hope this helped. ;-)
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Is the fruit quince in Ireland?

What kind of meals can I make with fruit & vegetables only?

grill them on skewers!! i was on south beach diet and this was a common meal of mine. use-green bell peppers-tomatoes-onions (pearl ones work best b/c they are round)-mandarin oranges or navels-pin... Read More »
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