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  • 1. How much water does it take? Water Scarcity/Food Systems
  • 2. How many gallons of water to produce? (0ne slice) Slice of Bread : 10.56 gallons
  • 3. How many gallons of water to produce? Bag of Potato Chips: 48.84 gallons
  • 4. How many gallons of water to produce? Beef Steak: 1848 gallons
  • 5. How many gallons of water to produce? Apple: 18.48 gallons
  • 6. How many gallons of water to produce? Hamburger: 633 gallons
  • 7. How many gallons of water to produce? Serving of Lettuce: 3.43 gallons
  • 8. How many gallons of water to produce? Glass of Milk: 52.8 gallons
  • 9. How many gallons of water to produce? Cup of Coffee: 36.96 gallons
  • 10. How many gallons of water to produce? Potato: 6.6 gallons
  • 11. How many gallons of water to produce? Egg: 35.64 gallons
  • 12. How Much Water? 1. Slice of Bread : 10.56 gallons2. Bag of Potato Chips: 48.84 gallons 3. Beef Steak: 1848 gallons 4. Apple: 18.48 gallons 5. Hamburger: 633 gallons 6. Serving of Lettuce: 3.43 gallons 7. Glass of Milk: 52.8 gallons 8. Cup of Coffee: 36.96 gallons 9. Potato: 6.6 gallons 10. Egg: 35.64 gallons Total: over 2694 GALLONS

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