## Challenge Question 2

"How much water does it take to grow a hamburger?"
 The fact is that we need water to grow or produce pretty much everything we eat.This water is either supplied by nature as precipitation and/or added by man during the growing/production process. You can't tell by the size or texture of a food how much water was actually used to produce the food item. Here's a list of some common foods - try to guess how many gallons of water it takes to produce a single serving of each one:
 Almonds: 0 gallons 1 gallon 6 gallons 12 gallons 24 gallons Chicken: 0 gallons 10 gallons 50 gallons 100 gallons 200 gallons 400 gallons French Fries: 0 gallons 6 gallons 12 gallons 25 gallons 100 gallons 300 gallons Hamburger: 0 gallons 15 gallons 150 gallons 800 gallons 1,300 gallons 2,600 gallons Lettuce: 0 gallons 1 gallon 6 gallons 16 gallons 30 gallons 90 gallons Milk: 0 gallons 5 gallons 15 gallons 30 gallons 50 gallons 65 gallons 100 gallons Rice: 0 gallons 5 gallons 35 gallons 55 gallons 100 gallons 250 gallons Tomatoes: 0 gallons 3 gallons 10 gallons 30 gallons 45 gallons Watermelon: 0 gallons 10 gallons 20 gallons 50 gallons 75 gallons 100 gallons 1 Egg: 0 gallons 5 gallons 30 gallons 90 gallons 120 gallons 200 gallons Bread (Loaf): 0 gallons 2 gallons 10 gallons 50 gallons 100 gallons 150 gallons 1 Car (!): 0 gallons 1,000 gallons 15,000 gallons 65,000 gallons 100,000 gallons 150,000 gallons

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