I know there are similar questions on here already, yet this is different because I don't care about traditional farming in this question.
This meant for food production on interplanetary and interstellar vessels, space stations and remote outposts. Assume that:
energy is not an issue
fertilizers and materials are not an issue due to recycling and mining
all variables are under control and optimized (CO2, temperature, humidity, ...)
- automation makes labor intensity irrelevant
Given the availability of genetic engineering, vertical farming, bioreactors (for synthetic meat), insects, mushrooms, aquaculture, ... What is the minimum space(1) required to provide a healthy and diverse diet to one person?
(1) Any answer should give the space estimate in $m^3$, $m^2$ requirement only if relevant, and in addition to this a mass requirement in $kg$.