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Tomatoes, potatoes, and green beans. I don't even like green beans, but it's one crop I can grow with the terrible soil I have.
In about 6 years I've had 1 good crop of red beets, 2 of tomatoes, so-so potatoes, 2 mediocre crops of peppers, and 1 good year of corn.
Onions won't grow, carrots grow huge tops with no roots, and cabbage never makes it 2 weeks.
I found that most common varieties for this area wont grow in my soil. Take Detroit dark red beets for example, they grow nice tops but only half inch beets. Last year I tried Lutz, and got enough to give half away.
Native Americans around here would plant corn, beans and squash all in the same space. I would probably opt for potatoes, beets and cabbage. While I dislike sauerkraut, they say hunger does make the best sauce.