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Based on USDA (US Department of Agriculture) National Nutrient Database Release 22 (SR22). The values are mean nutrient values per 100 grams of the edible portion.
1. Egg, white, dried 2.102 g
2. Egg, whole, dried 1.099 g
3. Soy protein isolate 1.046 g
4. Seeds, sesame flour, low-fat 1.012 g
5. Seeds, sesame flour, partially defatted 0.814 g
6. Soy flour, defatted 0.757 g
7. Soy meal, defatted, raw 0.724 g
8. Spices, mustard seed, ground 0.680 g
9. Peanut flour, defatted 0.669 g
10. Tofu, dried-frozen (koyadofu) 0.663 g
11. Soybeans, mature seeds, raw 0.655 g
12. Meat extender 0.627 g
13. Seeds, sesame flour, high-fat 0.621 g
14. Egg, yolk, dried 0.614 g
15. Oat bran, raw 0.576 g
16. Soy flour, full-fat, raw 0.556 g
17. Winged beans, mature seeds, raw 0.545 g
18. Beef, variety meats and by-products, spleen, raw 0.530 g
19. Snacks, pork skins, plain 0.529 g
20. Egg Mix, USDA Commodity 0.523 g
21. Snacks, pork skins, barbecue-flavor 0.514 g
22. Fish, whitefish, dried (Alaska Native) 0.500 g
23. Nuts, butternuts, dried 0.484 g
24. Nuts, walnuts, black, dried 0.462 g
25. Smelt, dried (Alaska Native) 0.460 g
26. Wheat germ, crude 0.458 g
27. Seeds, sunflower seed kernels, dried 0.451 g
28. Fish, caviar, black and red, granular 0.449 g
29. Lupins, mature seeds, raw 0.446 g
30. Seeds, watermelon seed kernels, dried 0.438 g
31. Peanut flour, low fat 0.433 g
32. Snacks, soy chips or crisps, salted 0.427 g
33. Oats 0.408 g
34. Pork, fresh, variety meats and by-products, liver, raw 0.404 g
35. Wheat, hard red spring 0.404 g
36. Beef, cured, breakfast strips, cooked 0.401 g
37. Quail, breast, meat only, raw 0.394 g
38. Nuts, cashew nuts, raw 0.393 g
39. Fish, roe, mixed species, raw 0.389 g
40. Noodles, egg, spinach, dry, enriched 0.386 g
41. Quail, meat only, raw 0.380 g
42. Squab, (pigeon), light meat without skin, raw 0.380 g
43. Beef, variety meats and by-products, liver, raw 0.376 g
44. Peas, split, mature seeds, raw 0.373 g
45. Veal, variety meats and by-products, liver, raw 0.372 g
46. Beef, cured, dried 0.371 g
47. Wheat bran, crude 0.371 g
48. Spices, fenugreek seed 0.369 g
49. Spaghetti, spinach, dry 0.369 g
50. Nuts, brazilnuts, dried, unblanched 0.367 g
51. Seeds, sesame butter, paste 0.365 g
52. Macaroni, vegetable, dry, enriched 0.363 g
53. Seeds, chia seeds, dried 0.361 g
54. Couscous, dry 0.360 g
55. Seeds, sesame seeds, whole, dried 0.358 g
56. Semolina, enriched 0.358 g
57. Semolina, unenriched 0.358 g
58. Nuts, pistachio nuts, raw 0.355 g
59. Fish, halibut, raw, with skin (Alaska Native) 0.355 g
60. Goose, domesticated, meat only, raw 0.349 g
61. Bratwurst, pork, cooked 0.349 g
62. Mutton, cooked, roasted (Navajo) 0.348 g
63. Beef, cured, corned beef, canned 0.347 g
64. Seeds, sesame meal, partially defatted 0.342 g
65. Quail, meat and skin, raw 0.340 g
66. Seeds, flaxseed 0.340 g
67. Peanuts, spanish, raw 0.335 g
68. Lentils, sprouted, raw 0.334 g
69. Broadbeans (fava beans), mature seeds, raw 0.334 g
70. Luncheon meat, beef, thin sliced 0.333 g
71. Beef, cured, thin-sliced beef 0.333 g
72. Peanuts, all types, raw 0.331 g
73. Spelt, uncooked 0.330 g
74. Spices, caraway seed 0.329 g
75. Milk, dry, nonfat, calcium reduced 0.328 g
76. Liver cheese, pork 0.328 g
77. T.G.I. FRIDAY'S, classic sirloin steak 0.328 g
78. Lentils, pink, raw 0.327 g
79. Egg, turkey, whole, fresh, raw 0.326 g
80. Game meat, buffalo, water, raw 0.326 g
 
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