No-mammal Homestead NaturalSolid

Last updated April 11, 2021 Copy
AmountIngredient$ / daySource
0.7gIodized Salt$0.00Hain
125gBroccoli, raw$0.00
125gCauliflower, raw$0.00
117gPotato, flesh and skin, raw$0.00
25gGarlic, raw$0.00
50gOnions, yellow, sauteed$0.00
50gCucumber, with peel, raw$0.00
50gPeppers, sweet, red, sauteed$0.00
50gTomatoes, orange, raw$0.00
50gStrawberries, raw$0.00
50gBeans, snap, green, raw$0.00
70gLima beans, large, mature seeds, raw$0.00
75gSeeds, sunflower seed kernels, dried$0.00
85gSeeds, chia seeds, dried$0.00
25gNuts, walnuts, english$0.00
50gMushrooms, oyster, raw$0.00
120gEgg, whole, cooked, scrambled$0.00
120gFish, catfish, channel, farmed, cooked, dry heat$0.00
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This is my attempt at coming up with a list of ingredients that can be easily grown on a small homestead with no mammals (cows, goats, pigs, or rabbits). The food sources would be from an aquaponics greenhouse, and from a chicken coop/tractor.

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Day
31% Carb, 19% Protein, 50% Fat
Calories2000
% Daily Values*
110%
Total Carbohydrate165g
312%
Dietary Fiber 66g
103%
Protein97g
201%
Total Fat117g
Saturated Fat16g
Monounsaturated Fat30g
Polyunsaturated Fat60g
1165%
Omega-3 Fatty Acids19g
240%
Omega-6 Fatty Acids41g
Cholesterol412mg
Calcium
100%
Vitamin A
137%
Chloride
104%
Vitamin B6
266%
Chromium
112%
Vitamin B12
177%
Copper
414%
Vitamin C
369%
Iodine
119%
Vitamin D
100%
Iron
291%
Vitamin E
167%
Magnesium
213%
Vitamin K
164%
Manganese
324%
Thiamin
221%
Molybdenum
163%
Riboflavin
138%
Phosphorus
352%
Niacin
156%
Potassium
138%
Folate
202%
Selenium
260%
Pantothenic Acid
153%
Sodium
136%
Biotin
165%
Sulfur
192%
Choline
113%
Zinc
134%
 
* Percent Daily Values are based on "U.S. government DRI, male 19-50, 1500 calories, low carb". You may use the Nutrient Calculator to personalise your own profile, then select it from the list on the Recipe Editor tab.
Nutrient Profile: U.S. government DRI, male 19-50, 1500 calories, low carbChange

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