|Amount||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|200||g||Maseca white corn flour (マサ ホワイトコーン粉)||$2.59||Amazon.co.jp|
|150||g||Odlum's steel cut oatmeal (ground)||$1.97||Amazon.co.jp|
|4||g||Salt (南の極み 天日塩)||$0.02||Amazon.co.jp|
|50||ml||Extra Virgin Olive Oil||$0.37||Amazon.co.jp|
|3||pill||NatureMade Multivitamin and Mineral||$0.30||Amazon.co.jp|
|3||pill||Nature Made calcium with vitamin D||$0.07||Amazon.co.jp|
|60||g||Kentai power protein||$1.84||Amazon.co.jp|
|1||g||Kelp extract (根昆布エキス)||$0.04||Amazon.co.jp|
|1||g||Nature's Way Choline (shipped from U.S.)||$0.11||Amazon.co.jp|
Total Daily Cost:
|$7.83||Add Ingredients |
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All of the ingredients are available on Amazon.co.jp, but the choline is shipped from the U.S. and shipping will be expensive.
All prices are calculated at 100 yen = $1.00
The nutritional information on the kelp comes from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology website "Food Composition Database" (http://fooddb.mext.go.jp). The database is all in Japanese and the interface is a little difficult to use, but it has good information.
The recipe is a little short on a few items: Omega-6 Fatty Acids, Chromium, Potassium, Sulfur.
It totally lacks Chloride. [Update: the nutrition label on the package of salt does not include an amount for Chloride, but it does provide an amount for sodium and a separate amount for sodium chloride. I'm not sure if this is right but I think sodium and chloride are in a ratio (by weight) of about 1:1.5 in sodium chloride. I updated the nutritional value of the salt to reflect this ratio.)
I haven't actually tested this recipe, so I have no idea how it tastes. I plan on making a test batch with similar items bought in local stores (such as Kaldi).