Yam, shelled, raw

Yam, shelled, raw
The yam is a tuber that seldom reaches our kitchens, but it has a high nutritional value and many little-known benefits. It should always be prepared cooked like other tubers. It should preferably be consumed steamed, baked or grilled so that it loses its as little as possible the carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals that it possesses. This uncooked food can be ground to be used as flour or starch in other preparations and even in desserts, due to its gelling or thickening capacity, replacing corn starch, being very useful for people with celiac disease.
Eatable percent 85%
Calories (kcal) 99kcal
Protein (g) 2g
Lipids (g) 0.2g
Carbohydrates (g) 22.5g
Fiber (g) 0g
Tiamine (mg) 0mg
Riboflavin (mg) 0mg
Niacin (mg) 0mg
Vitamin C (mg) 0mg
Vitamin A (mg) 0mg
Calcium (mg) 7mg
Iron (mg) 7mg
Sodium (mg) 0mg
Phosphorus (mg) 35mg
Zinc (mg) mg