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    Homegrown revolution — Gardeners expand to tackle Alaska’s food insecurity  By Jenny Neyman, Redoubt Reporter Here’s something to chew on with your breakfast: The eggs for that omelet you’re eating — or the milk in your cereal, the meat in your sausage, the honey in your tea, the jam on your toast — probably wasn’t produced in Alaska. But half a century ago, it probably was. The factors contributing to this fact are many, and about as complicated as making a soufflé in an Easy-Bake Oven with no electricity at the 17,200-foot camp on Denali’s west buttress. Convenience, cost, and consumer demand related to those, are big parts of the equation. It’s…