|Amount||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|327.5||g||Sweet Potato Flour (estimated)||$0.39|
|105||g||Egg, yolk, dried||$0.42|
|6||g||Iodized Table Salt||$0.01|
Total Daily Cost:
|$0.82||Add Ingredients |
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Note: for eggs I'm using the vitamin K content from Whole Food Catalog. This is very much cheating, and if I were to use other values from that site it would result in a serious zinc deficiency. In other words, the nutrients of egg yolks seem to vary a lot, probably depending on what they've been eating.
As for the calcium content, it is significantly more bioavailable from sweet potatoes than milk (something like 33% -> 44%) and the suggested 1g is based on the bioavailability of calcium from milk. A large amount of the calcium actually comes from the yolks, but I doubt there's much oxalate to be found there... be right back. Okay, so some random .edu site recommends eggs for a low-oxalate diet. That's good enough for me.
Omega 3 is low and both WFC and USDA agree on this.