If You're going to use nutritional tables, it'd be accurate to correct them to 'crude protein', as raw nitrogen content in plants (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protein_(nutrient)#Testing_in_foods) is never fully bioavailable to humans unlike ungulates.
The bioavailability argument pertains to all micronutrients actually - be it vitamins and their derivatives, metal ions, specific aminoacids, etc. from plant matter are not easily utilizable by humans.
then again, nobody ever gives a flying fucking about anything objectively true, so fuck it.
Thanks for the feedback. I'm just leaving information as I find it written. I'm sure the nutritional results are highly variable as it is.
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