Here we will look at combinations of food that would be consumed on a daily basis using the examples of food to be grown or raised. In doing this we are not looking at the likelihood that this level of food intake could be maintained on a daily basis but more so looking at the capacity for the property to produce those levels.
Note: Extras would include herbs and spices, seasoning, bread
2 x Eggs 620kJ
Potatoes (fried) 728kJ
Breakfast Total (before extras) 1804kJ
Lunch Total (before extras) 834kJ
Dinner Total (before extras) 1487kJ
Total Daily Intake (before extras) 4125kJ
In this example with raised chicken and rabbit as a major source of protein and overall energy we can see that half the daily kilojoule requirements have been achieved. While the capacity to grow the example fruits and vegetables is guaranteed. Producing the same level of protein is questionable. Alternatives would include a greater use of eggs, brassicas, or more generally producers or consumers of a high nitrogen.
Greater diversity and a focus on many more species of fruits and vegetables is going to be required to achieve total food independence. Other protein production systems such as aquaculture, inclusion of legumes and other high protein vegetables. Bearing in mind that we only looked at a a very small selection of common foods when in reality many more species would be grown.by