Hello, I’m new here. Starting with the hacker school recipe because I already have most of the ingredients and it seems like a good starting point for customizing. My goal is to develop a simple shake that will make me feel satisfied until the next meal, not to live on it exclusively. But I still want to get good nutrition from it.
Here’s the problem: While entering ingredients in the DIY tool I noticed there are several different database entries for oat flour. Tried copying from a few other recipes - no apparent consensus on which to use. The amounts of macronutrients vary a little from one to the other, and the micronutrients vary a LOT. Molybdenum for example. This makes me worry about whether the data can be trusted or if someone just pulled it out of his ear.
Which oat flour entry is from the best data source? My oats came in a generic bag from my local Vitamin Cottage store. I assume the USDA nutrient database might have some bearing on this. How well integrated with this system are the USDA’s numbers?